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STAFF 



Editor-in-Chief/Layout and Design 

Monica L. Percival 

Associate Editor 

Sharyn Hardy 

Associate Editor/Circulation Manager 

Elizabeth Sabel 

Business Manager 

Maureen Shea 

Advertising Editor 

Nancy Myers 

Feature Writer/Copy Editor 

Terry Pepin 

Photography Editor 

Cindy Rubin 

Associate Photography Editor 

Lauren Sterling 

Typesetting and Cover Design 

Monica Percival 

Faculty Advisor 

Deborah Smiley 

Senior Portraits 

MacLean-Stevens Studio 

Printing 

Josten's/American Yearbook Co. 



General Staff 

Jeriann Brady 
Meryl Codner 
Deborah Flanagan 
Michelle Galler 
Sharon Garlitz 
Ann Glasgow 
Julie Harney 
Carolyn Hayes 
Judy Hunter 
Jeanne Lee 
Patricia Meade 
Karen Tabak 
Joyce Tassinari 
MaryLou Toub 
Lauri Wilson 

Photographers 

Liz Alberts 
Kristin Brockelman 
Lisa Delman 
Bradford F. Herzog 
Monica Percival 
Linda Rohrlick 
Jill Solan 
Melissa Weeks 



We would like to thank the Simmons College Archives for 
providing the photographs used in the scrapbook section and for 
their help in gathering information about the first graduatiing 
class; and the Office of Public Information for allowing us access to 
their photo files. 



CONTENTS 



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Seniors 

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Faculty 
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I think that every yearbook staff must begin with high aspirations. 
You always want your book to be a little better than the year before, and 
you always vow not to make the same mistakes as the previous staff. 
It's not until you get into the thick of things and you're faced with one 
crisis after another that you realize you're not immune to those 
mistakes. When you're faced with a deadline and only 24 hours left to 
meet it, you begin to make compromises. 

Certainly the 1982 Microcosm has its ups and downs, and I am sure 
that there must be some errors in the copy — after all, most of the 
proofreading was done on Christmas Eve under the tree. But on the whole, 
the editorial staff feels it is a unique publication. We apologize for 
any mistakes or omissions. 

This issue commemorates the 80th anniversary of the College. 
In 1902, the first group of women entered Simmons and began traditions 
which still play a part in * our lives today. A special scrapbook section 
in this yearbook is dedicated to those women and the spirit with which 
they sought to advance their education in a reluctant society. 

It is also worthy to note that this year's book was typeset 
totally inhouse at Simmons. The typesetting, photography, writing, 
design, and layout were all done by staff members. I would like to thank 
them for their enthusiasm and effort. 

In addition, I would like to thank the staff of the College 
Archives for their help in researching background material and obtaining 
photographs; the Office of Public Information for supplying some of 
the faculty pictures we were missing; and most especially, our advisor 
Deborah Smiley for help above and beyond the call of duty which allowed 
me to get through this project with some amount of sanity intact. 

I hope you enjoy the 1982 Microcosm , but if you do have any 
complaints call 555-1212. 



Sincerely, 




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Monica L. Percival 
Editor-in-Chief 



"There are only moments. They like to tell us 
that time runs along in even, ticking measures, 
minute to day to month to decade, but that isn't 
true. It's like a groping journey in the fog, 
hiking up Bootspur Trail on Mount Washington 
in bad weather, nothing around you but the 
rocks of the trail and the ghostly shadows of the 
firs — and all at once you reach the summit and 
it's blown clear and the sun in blazing down out 
of a vibrant, rain— washed sky and everything is 
new and full of clarity; and time does have a 
stop, just as the great man said. Moments like 
that, few and far between, clearings in the fog, 
on the high ground." 

— Anton Myrer 



*The Last Convertible , ©1978, Berkley Publishing Corporation, 200 Madison Avenue, 
New York, NY 10016 



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Karen Anne Abood 



Rula Abdul Qadir 

Hometown: Dhahran, Saudi Arabia 

Major: Management 

Theme Song: "You Can Get It If You 

Really Want" 

Likes: Politics, Harvard Square 

Dislikes: Apathy, materialism 

Ambition: Hospital administrator 

Karen Anne Abood 

Hometown: Worcester, MA 

Major: Physical Therapy 

Likes: Music, dancing, sunsets, food 





Ana Claudia Passarelli Alarcon Lori Lynn Alfred 



Ana Claudia Passasrelli Alarco'n 

Nickname: Closhy, H 2 0, Cawa 

Hometown: Guatemala 

Major: Engineering Psychology 

Theme Song: "La Culpable" 

Bostanian Haunts: 171 Bay State Road, 

Aku-Aku, Burger King 

Likes: Cocodriles, friends, Guate. 

Dislikes: Alligators, winter shoes 

Ambition: To go back home soon!! 

Lori Lynn Alfred 

Hometown: Hurleyville, NY 

Major: Sociology/Human Services 

Bostonian Haunts: T.G.I. Friday's, Fi- 

lene's, Charles River 

Likes: Stability and organization 

Dislikes: Registration 

Ambition: To travel awhile and later to 

direct health service centers and shelters 

for young women. 





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Miriam R. Alpert 



Roslyn R. Altnian 



Miriam R. Alpert 

Nickname: Mimi 

Hometown: Fall River, MA 

Major: Advertising 

Theme Song: All The Beatles' hits 

Bostonian Haunts: Jason's 

Likes: G.H., candlelit dinners 

Dislikes: Frat parties, gaining weight 

Ambition: Professional and personal 

success 

Roslyn R. Altman 

Nickname: Roz 

Hometown: Randolph, MA 

Major: Psychology/ Human Services 





April J. Ansaldi 



Rosario Aponte 



April J. Ansaldi 

Hometown: North Quincy, MA 

Major: Management 

Theme Song: "Brown Eyed Girl" 

Likes: Good friends, summer, the 

beach, music 

Dislikes: Very cold weather 

Ambition: To be a successful career 

woman and my own boss 



Rosario Aponte 

Nickname: Roach 
Hometown: Guaynabo, PR 
Major: Psychology/Management 
Theme Song: "I Don't Like Mon- 
days" 

Likes: Sunshine, roller skating, vol- 
leyball, gorgeous men 
Dislikes: Lying, getting drunk, bad 
moods, pick-up scenes 





Roslyn I). Arpiarian 



Karen Anne Arsenault 



Roslyn D. Arpiarian 

Nickname: Roz 

Hometown: West Hartford, CT 

Major: Nutrition 

Theme Song: "Arthur's Theme" 

Bostonian Haunts: City Side, Cop- 

perfield's, King's Row 

Likes: Golf, being with friends 

Dislikes: Dieting 

Ambition: To be successful 



Karen Anne Arsenault 

Nickname: K 

Hometown: Reading, MA 

Major: Mathematics 

Theme Song: "That's The Way I 

Always Heard It Should Be" 

Likes: Diverse, honest conversations 

Dislikes: Invulnerable people 

Ambition: To love and to work 





Heli^a Spink Arthur 



Patricia Ann Atwater 



Helga Spink Arthur 

Hometown: Osterville, MA 
Major: Sociology 
Theme Song: "Impossible Dream" 
Bostonian Haunts: Beacon Hill 
Likes: The beach, novels, horses, 
my girls and husband, CE 
Dislikes: Excuses, cold weather 
Ambition: A career in human re- 
source management 

Patricia Ann Atwater 

Nickname: Pattie "Attawater" 
Hometown: Manchester-by-the-sea 
Major: Biology/Psychology 
Theme Song: "Make Me Smile" 
Bostonian Haunts: Faneuil Hall 
Likes: B.B., The Home at 13 Nor- 
wood Ave., food, friends 
Dislikes: Most Sundays, -30° 
Ambition: "Dr. Atwater I presume.' 





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Debra A. Bachorowski 



Debbi S. Baker 



Debra A. Bachorowski 

Nickname: Deb, Debi 
Hometown: North Hampton, NH 
Major: Management/Accounting 
Theme Song: "Wild Horses" 
Bostonian Haunts: Friday's 
Likes: Tom, success, parties 
Dislikes: MIT parties, Bartol food 
Ambition: To be a C.P.A. and own 
an accounting firm 



Debbi S. Baker 

Hometown: Haverhill, MA 
Major: Nursing 
Theme Song: "Born to Run" 
Bostonian Haunts: Cask, Sig Ep 
Likes: Steve's Ice Cream, good 
friends, Cask, weekends 
Dislikes: Exams, insincere people 
Ambition: To continue my education 
in nursing and be happy! 




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Valerie Barbour 



Beverly M. Barry 



Valerie Barbour 

Nickname: Val 
Hometown: Catonsville, MD 
Major: Physical Therapy 
Theme Song: "I Am Woman" 
Bostonian Haunts: Cask, Friday's 
Likes: good friends, traveling 
Dislikes: Waiting for the Green line 
Ambition: Rehab; traveling around 
the world 



Beverly M. Barry 





Amy Beauchaine 



Melissa E. Belz 



Amy Beauchaine 

Nickname: Beau 
Hometown: Pittsfield, MA 
Major: Government 
Bostonian Haunts: Pizzeria Uno, Exe- 
ter St. Theatre at midnight 
Likes: Doonesbury, French films 
Dislikes: The "T," senior thesis dead- 
lines, Bartol food, preppies 
Ambition: Fame and fortune 



Melissa E. Belz 

Hometown: Waban, MA 
Major: Psychology 



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Gwenne Cheryl Berger 



Lisa G. Blaustein 



Gwenne Cheryl Berger 

Hometown: Sharon, MA 
Major: Graphics/Publishing An 
Likes: "C," family, Bayla, graphics, 
closet scene 
Dislikes: Petitions 
Ambition: To have it all! 

Lisa G. Blaustein 

Hometown: Hull, MA 
Major: Marketing/Management 
lioslonian Haunts: Pizzeria Uno, The 
Real Kstate Connection, The Fan- 
tastic Food Factory 
Likes: Food 
Dislikes: The cold 
Ambition: To travel around the 
world 





Shelley Celeste Bovven 

Hometown: Springfield, MA 

Major: Human Services 
Theme Song: "Breakin' Away" 
lioslonian Haunts: Faneuil Hall 
Likes: Al [arreau, good friends, 
good limes, sunsets, poetry, jazz 
Dislikes: Fxams, insincere people 
Ambition: Guidance or career coun- 
selor 



Holly Lynne Braren 

Hometown: Wethei slield, CI 
Major: Physical I herapy 
lioslonian Haunts: Cask & Flagon, 
Copperileld's, Friday's, 
Likes: Good friends and good times 
Ambition: To be a "rich and famous" 
physical therapist 



Shelley Celeste Bovven Holly Lynne Braren 





Johanna Brassard 

Hometown: Boston, MA 
Major: Fnglish/Go\ eminent 
lioslonian Haunts: Piccola V'enezia 
Likes: Books, movies, plavs 
Dislikes: Creamed corn, seaweed 
Ambition: To help build Simmons 
( lollege into a world famous 
institution 



Maryann Brett 

Major: Retail Management 




Maryann Brett 




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M. Kristin Brockelman 



Amy Brown 



M. Kristin Brockelman 
Nickname: "K" 
Hometown: Kingston, MA 
Major: Communications 
Theme Song: "Born to Run" 
Bostonian Haunts: The Cask 
Likes: Snowstorms, Boston, G&Ts 
Dislikes: Frat parties, Jamaica Plain 
Ambition: To be very successful and 
to go to Paris 



Amy Brown 

Nickname: Ames 
Hometown: Providence, RI 
Major: English/Communications 
Theme Song: "The Four Seasons" 
Bostonian Haunts: Diamond Jim's 
Likes: Reading, writing 
Dislikes: Pessimism 
Ambition: To write the great Ameri- 
can novel 





Patricia L. Brown 



Valerie J. Burns 



Patricia L. Brown 

Nickname: Patty 

Hometown: Lynn, MA 

Major: French 

Theme Song: "In My Life" 

Bostonian Haunts: Quincy Market 

Likes: Music, dancing, reading 

Dislikes: Crowded subways 



Valerie J. Burns 

Nickname: Val 

Hometown: Bronx, NY 

Major:, Physical Therapy 

Theme Song: "Somewhere In the 

Night" 

Likes: Walking, reading 

Dislikes: Rainy days, Finals 

Ambition: To become good in my 

profession 





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Janet Campbell 



Regina M. Cantella 



Janet Campbell 

Hometown: Montoursville, PA 
Major: Management/Accounting 



Regina M. Cantella 

Hometown: Winchester, MA 
Major: Physical Therapy 
Theme Song: "You've Got a Friend" 
Bostonian Haunts: Theta Chi 
Likes: Cadaver jokes, touring with 
Cheryl, Maine, the ocean 
Dislikes: 8:30 classes, physics lab 
Ambition: To enjoy life and be a 
super PT 





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Lauren M. Canucci 



Eve Elizabeth Cartwright 



Lauren M. Canucci 

Major: Management 



Eve Elizabeth Cartwright 

Hometown: Fairfield, CT 

Major: Secondary Education/Open 

Program — Social Science 

Theme Song: "While you see a chance 

take it..." 

Likes: Daisies, ice cream, veggies, 

poetry, mountains, sunsets, blue 

Ambition: To be able to live my life 

in my own way 





Susan Ann Casey 

Nickname: Sue 
Hometown: Enfield, CT 
Major: History/Women's Studies 
Theme Song: "There's a Place in the 
World for a Gambler" 
Bostonian Haunts: The Cask 
Likes: "vino nights," Nantucket 
Dislikes: Inflexible people, mice 
Ambition: Peace of mind 



Nancy Cavallaro 

Nickname: Nance 
Hometown: Andover, MA 
Major: Retail Management 
Theme Song: "Lady" 
Bostonian Haunts: Houlihan's 
Likes: Chocolate, cheesecake, silk 
Dislikes: Preppies, pigeons, broccoli 
Ambition: To be happy, satisfied 
and successful in all that I do! 




Nancy Cavallaro 




Elizabeth A. Chace 



Christina Chan 



Elizabeth A. Chace 

Nickname: Lizzie 
Hometown: Fall River, MA 
Major: Nutrition 
Theme Song: "Beethoven's No. 9" 
Bostonian Haunts: 172 Harvard St. 
Likes: Sailing, dancing, hats, cham- 
pagne 

Dislikes: BayBank 
Ambition: To live life to the fullest! 



Christina Chan 

Major: Psychology 






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Donna Chase 



Melissa T. Chase 



Donna Chase 

Nickname: Chasey 
Hometown: Pembroke, MA 
Major: Physical Therapy 
Theme Song: "Your Song" 
Bostonian Haunts: T's, B.C., Eit/y's 
Like.\: Anything with class, cadaver 
jokes, toasted almonds 
Dislikes: cold, rabbit food, waiting 
Ambition: To see a unicorn 



Melissa T. Chase 
Nickname: Cricket 

Home/men: Stonington, CT 

Major: Nutrition 

Theme Song: "Three limes A Lady' 

Bostonian Haunts: Babson College 

Likes: Yorkshire Terriers 

Dislikes: The city 

Ambition: To be R.I), and have my 

own clinic 






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Andrea R. Chiasson 



Judith Lynn Clopper 



Andrea R. Chiasson 

Hometown: Dracut, MA 

Major: Nutrition 

Theme Song: "Spent the Rent" 

Bostonian Haunts: Esplanade 

Likes: Long weekends, Fridays, New 

England, wide open spaces 

Dislikes: Bartol Hall, 8:30 classes 

Ambition: To see the world 



Judith Lynn Clopper 

Hometown: Peabody, MA 
Major: Psychology 





Meryl L. Codner 



Lauri A. Cohen 



Meryl L. Codner 

Hometown: Lexington, MA 

Lauri A. Cohen 

Hometown: Brockton, MA 

Major: Management 

Bostonian Haunts: Quincy Market 

Likes: People, travel, challenges 

Dislikes: Waiting, rushing, the 

MBTA, rain 

Ambition: To secure a position in 

personnel administration and later 

go to law school 




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Sandra R. Cohen 



Christine M. Collins 



Sandra R. Cohen 

Major: Management 



Christine M. Collins 

Nickname: Chris 
Hometown: Cataumet, MA 
Major: Management 





Linda D. Compton 



Pearl Coong 



Linda D. Compton 

Hometown: Stoughton, MA 

Major: Advertising 

Ambition: To own an advertising 

agency 



Pearl Coong 





Maria S. Corea 



Donna Marie Corey 



Maria S. Corea 

Hometown: East Boston, MA 
Major: Physical Therapy 
Theme Song: "Always and Forever" 
Bostonian Haunts: Quincy Market 
Likes: Dancing, skiing 



Donna Marie Corey 

Nickname: Dee Cee 
Hometown: Middletown, RI 
Major: Nursing 
Theme Song: "Comes a Time" 
Bostonian Haunts: Friday's, Faneuil 
Hall, The Ice Cream Machine 
Likes: The ocean and tower #3 
Dislikes: Alarm clocks 








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Marlene Rosa Costa 



Verlinda Cotton 



Marlene Rosa Costa 

Hometown: Revere, MA 
Major: Psychology 



Verlinda Cotton 





Ruby Carlene Cousins 



Jennifer A. Crean 



Ruby Carlene Cousins 

Nickname: Sisie 

Hometown: Newburyport, MA 
Major: Chemistry 
Theme Song: "Dr. Wu" 
Bostonian Haunts: Faneuil Hall 
Likes: Brushing my teeth, chewing 
gum, Deadra's hugs and kisses 
Ambition: To become a chemist for 
Conoco 



Jennifer A. Crean 

Nickname: Jen 
Hometown: Chester, NJ 
Major: Management/Marketing 
Bostonian Haunts: The Cask, Cop- 
perfield's, Jack's, Hyatt 
Likes: Parties, pizza, Stephen, 
Chinese food, beers, road trips 
Dislikes: Finals, term papers 
Ambition: To be happy 





Maureen Claire Critch 



Paulette Crosby 



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Maureen Claire Critch 

Hometown: Medford, MA 

Major: Physical Therapy/Psych. 

Bostonian Haunts: Quincy Market 

Likes: Friends, skiing, unicorns, 

Steve's Ice Cream 

Dislikes: The T, Reagan, Summer 

of '81 

Ambition: To be happy in whatever 

I do and to travel 



Paulette Crosby 

Nickname: P 

Hometown: Philadelphia, PA 
Major: Management 
Theme Song: "How Can I Say Good- 
bye to Yesterday" 
Bostonian Haunts: Rick's, N.U. 
Likes: Drawing, money, traveling 
Ambition: To pursue a position in a 
strong company • 





Ann Margaret Crowell 



Elizabeth Ann Dalbeck 



Ann Margaret Crowell 

Nickname: Annie 
Howe/own: Portland, OR 
Major: English 
Theme Song: "The River" 
Bostonian Haunts: Faneuil H;ill 
Likes: Dogs, sunshine, movies 
Dislikes: Lima beans, rude people 
Ambition: To be content with myself 
and to possess a kind of inner peace 



Elizabeth Ann Dalbeck 

Nickname: Betsey, B 
Hometown: Cape Elizabeth, ME 
Major: Public Relations 
Theme Song: "She's So Cold" 
Bostonian Haunts: Club 908 
Likes: Late nites, sleeping late 
Dislikes: Early classes, twits 
Ambition: To enjoy life, be proud of 
myself, and sacrifice little 





Catherine Y. Daly 



Danese Michele Davis 



Catherine Y. Daly 

Nickname: Cathy 
Hometown: Boston, MA 
Major: Special Education/Psych. 
Theme Song: "If I Can Help Some- 
body" 

Likes: Singing, music , walking, a 
good book, going out with friends 
Dislikes: Prejudiced people 
Ambition: To start my own school 



Danese Michele Davis 

Nickname: Michele 
Hometown: Everett, MA 
Major: Retail Management 
Bostonian Haunts: Metro, Spit, 
Cache 

Likes: Dancing, traveling, photo- 
graphy 
Ambition: To own a store 





Lisa Delman 



Darcy DeMarco 



Lisa Delman 

Nickname: Lis 

Hometown: Greenwich, CT 
Major: Nutrition/Psychology 
Theme Song: "Smiling Face" 
Bostonian Haunts: Bay Tower Room, 
Newbury St., Chestnut Hill Mall 
Likes: Spending time with friends 
Dislikes: Rainy days in Boston 
Ambition: To enjoy life to its fullest! 



Darcy DeMarco 

Hometown: Durham, NH 
Major: Communications/P.R. 
Theme Song: "Rhiannon" 
Bostonian Haunts: Museum of Fine 
Arts, Barnes & Noble Bookstore 
Likes: Susan Sontag, Edith Wharton, 
Colette, Edwin Newman, BSO 
Ambition: To own a public relations 
firm and be disgustingly happy 








Jean Marie DePerrior 



Janette DiBacco 



Jean Marie DePerrior 

Nickname: Jeanie 
Hometown: Lynn, MA 
Major: Physical Therapy 
Theme Song: "Still Crazy After All 
These Years" 

Bostonian Haunts: S-308 and S-251 
Likes: Blueberry ice cream 
Ambition: To achieve total relaxa- 
tion 



Janette DiBacco 

Nickname: Jan 

Hometown: Somerville, MA 

Major: Management 

Ambition: Career in human resource 

development 





Yvette M. Dick 



Elizabeth Ann Dickelman 



Yvette M. Dick 

Major: Chemistry 
Theme Song: "You've Cot a Friend' 
Likes: Sports, music, people 
Ambition: Craduate school, travel 



Elizabeth Ann Dickelman 

Nickname: Beth 
Hometown: Woburn, MA 
Major: Physical Therapy/Art 
Theme Song: "You've Cot a Friend" 
Bostonian Haunts: Mike's Pastry 
Likes: Skiing, sailing, jogging 
Dislikes: Fighting, the phone bill 
Ambition: To give something of my- 
self to make the world better 





Susan Elizabeth Dieter 



Lisa Marie DiMarco 



Susan Elizabeth Dieter 

Nickname: Sue 
Hometown: Bedford, NH 
Major: Community Nutrition 
Theme Song: "How Creat Thou 
Art!" 

Likes: Sewing, cooking, dancing 
Dislikes: Loud music, smoking 
Ambition: Become a registered dieti- 
cian and go into private practice 



Lisa Marie DiMarco 

Hometown: Wethersfield, CT 
Major: Communications 
Quote: "If you have built castles in 
the air, your work need not be lost; 
that is where they should be. Now 
put the foundations under them." 
— Henry David Thoreau 



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Molly L. Dinan 



Jane DiPaolo 



Molly L. Dinan 

Nickname: Mol 

Hometown: Framingham, MA 

Major: Elementary Education 

Theme Song: "Netherlands" 

Bostonian Haunts: Ruby's, Faneuil 

Hall 

Likes: Kids, popcorn, talking 

Dislikes: Exams, lesson plans 

Ambition: To get a job! 



Jane DiPaolo 

Major: Economics 





Linda Carlene Disbrow 



Elizabeth Ann D'Jamoos 



Linda Carlene Disbrow 

Nickname: Diz 

Hometoion: Trumbull, CT 

Major: Nursing 

Theme Song: "Only a Fool Gives A 

Heart Like That" 

Likes: Reading, skiing. Natural Lite 

Dislikes: MIT frats minus DKE 

Ambition: To pass my state boards 

and become a nurse practitioner 



Elizabeth Ann D'Jamoos 

Nickname: Betsy 
Major: Management 





Marjorie Beth Dodell 



Linda Kathleen Donovan 



Marjorie Beth Dodell 

Nickname: Margie 
Hometown: Phoenix, AZ 
Major: Nutrition 
Theme Song: "Piano Man" 
Bostonian Haunts: Faneuil Hall, 
Newbury Street 

Likes: Good friends and good times 
Dislikes: Studying 

Ambition: To have a happy and suc- 
cessful life 

Linda Kathleen Donovan 

Nickname: Linda Kay 
Hometown: Lynn, MA 
Major: Nursing 
Bostonian Haunts: Faneuil Hall 
Likes: Mark, my clinical rotation 
Dislikes: The commute into Boston 
Ambition: To pass the state boards, 
work as a RN, and then continue 
my education in nursing 





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Catherine Draper 



Sarah-Ellen C. Duffy 



Catherine Draper 

Major: Retail Management 

Sarah-Ellen C. Duffy 

Nickname: Sarah-Bird 
Hometown: Chesire, CT 
Major: Management 
Bostonian Haunts: Faneuil Hall 
Likes: Living off-campus, movies 
Dislikes: The MBTA, rudeness 
Ambition: Graduate school and a 
career in personnel administration; 
and eventually raising a family 




Debbie Dunmire 



Tanya Marie Dzugan 



Debbie Dunmire 

Nickname: Devo 

Hometown: St. Paul, MN 

Major: Nursing 

Theme Song: "Imagine My Surprise' 

Likes: Anything but college 

Ambition: Graduation in less than 

ten years! 



Tanya Marie Dzugan 

Hometown: Doylestown, PA 
Major: Public Relations 
Bostonian Haunts: Cambridge, 
No-Name's, Faneuil Hall 





Elizabeth L. Eaton 



Eileen Marie Egan 



Elizabeth L. Eaton 

Nickname: Libby 

Hometown: Wilton, CT 

Major: Finance 

Bostonian Haunts: Cask, Faneuil 

Hall 

Likes: Sailing, swimming. Cape Cod 



Eileen Marie Egan 

Hometown: Belmont, MA 
Major: Management /Finance 
Bostonian Haunts: The Fan Club 
Likes: Sneakers, peanut M&Ms, 
d-triples, Mashpee, CB friends 
Dislikes: Dorm parties, squeezing in 
the gate, pennies, the witches 
Ambition: To laugh often and love 
much 



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Debra Beth Elfman 



Leslie Ellen Endlar 



Debra Beth Elfman 

Nickname: Debbie 
Hometown: Chelsea, MA 
Major: Nursing 

Theme Song: "Everlasting Love" 
Likes: A.D., my good friends D.F., 
M.V., S.S., P.L., graduation 
Dislikes: Homework, expectations 
Ambition: To obtains a M.S. and to 
enjoy life to the fullest 



Leslie Ellen Endlar 

Hometown: Brookline, MA 

Major: Elementary and Special Ed. 

Likes: Traveling, skiing, children, 

food 

Ambition: To live, love, and laugh 





Laurin Audrey Ericson 



Lori Ellen Evans 



Laurin Audrey Ericson 

Nickname: Laurin Bacall Activities 
Hometown: Belmont, MA 
Major: Management 
Theme Song: "Fantasy" 
Bostonian Haunts: Quincy Market 
Likes: Chinese food, puppies, good 
wine, dancing, Nantucket, tuna 



Lori Ellen Evans 

Hometown: Longmeadow, MA 
Major: Government/International 
Relations 

Bostonian Haunts: Jonathan Swift's 
Ambition: Journalist covering inter- 
national stories 





Lori J. Fabrizio 

Hometown: Norwalk, CT 
Major: Communications 
Theme Song: "Wishing On A Star' 
Bostonian Haunts: Steve's 
Likes: Birthday parties 
Dislikes: "pfffff ' 



Virginia A. Fairburn 

Nickname: Ginny 
Hometown: Lawrence, MA 
Major: Retail Management/Art 
Bostonian Haunts: Faneuil Hall 
Likes: Painting, dancing, skiing, 
springtime, Ken 

Ambition: To join a retail organiza- 
tion as an advertising and/or sales 
promotion executive 




Virginia A. Fairburn 




Rhonda Leigh Falk 



Tammy Feiges 



Rhonda Leigh Falk 

Nickname: Schmondie 
Hometown: Medford, MA 
Major: Human Services 
Theme Song: "Help Me, Rhonda" 
Bostonian Haunts: Steve's Ice Cream 
Likes: Jelly beans, Hillel, Heinz 
Dislikes: MBTA, Reaganomics 
Ambition: To take advantage of all 
that life has to offer 



Tammy Feiges 

Nickname: Skippy 
Hometown: Sioux City, IA 
Major: Finance/Management 
Bostonian Haunts: Flask & Cagon, 
the Chuck 
Likes: Ruby's 
Dislikes: Bartol 





Stacey L. Feinstein 

Hometown: Chelsea, MA 

Major: Public Relations 

Bostonian Haunts: Houlihan's, Top 

of the Hub, Bloomingdale's 

Likes: Optimism 

Dislikes: Pessimism 

Ambition: To live a happy, healthy, 

and successful life 



Sheri Fermon 

Nickname: Shez 

Hometown: Swampscott 

Major: Management/Accounting 



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Kerry M. Ferrero 

Hometown: Longmeadow, MA 
Major: Craphic Design 



Donna Marie Fisher 

Hometown: Onset, MA 
Major: Finance/Management 
Theme Song: "Love Is In The Air" 
Bostonian Haunts: Houlihan's, Cask 
Likes: Cape Cod, the ocean, Boston 
Dislikes: Cetting up early, writing 
papers, closed-minded people 
Ambition: To travel, have a career, . 
and live life to the fullest 




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Deborah M. Flanagan 



Mary Elizabeth Foley 



Deborah M. Flanagan 

Hometown: Needham, MA 
Major: Biology 
Theme Song: "Celebration" 
Bostonian Haunts: The Cask 
Likes: The Cape, long weekends 
Dislikes: MIT frat parties, 8:30 class- 
es, chefs surprise at Bartol 
Ambition: To find out there really is 
life after Simmons 



Mary Elizabeth Foley 

Nickname: Mary Beth 

Hometown: Milton, MA 

Major: Psychology 

Theme Song: "H""o Again" 

Bostonian Haunts: Molly's 

Likes: Music, food, people, skiing 

Dislikes: Exams 

Ambition: To further my education 

and later become a muse 





Susan M. Foley 



Patricia Forte 



Susan M. Foley 

Nickname: Foo 
Hometown: Medfield, MA 
Major: Communications/English 
Bostonian flaunts: The Cask 
Likes: Ernest Hemingway, the 
Grateful Dead, Cape Cod 
Dislikes: Fear & loathing in Boston 
Ambition: A career in sales or pro- 
motion 



Patricia Forte 

Nickname: Trie ia, Dish 

Hometown: Wakefield, MA 

Major: Nursing 

Theme Song: "Here Come Those 

Tears Again" 

Bostonian Haunts: Hat vrd Square 

Likes: Chicago, Copperlield's, Cask 

Dislikes: Long lines, the "T" 

Ambition: Pediatric nurse oncologist 





Donna Jean Fox 



Raelin Debra Fox 



Donna Jean Fox 

Hometown: Belmont, MA 

Major: Nursing 

Likes: Graduating, my good friends 

D.F., M.V., P.L., L.K..S.M. 

Dislikes: Homework, nut sing caps, 

late classes 

Ambition: To pass my boards 



Raelin Debra Fox 

Nickname: Ski, Foxington 
Hometown: Newton Centre, MA 
Major: Management/Finance/ 
French 

Bostonian Haunts: Friday's, Spin- 
naker, Faneuil Hall 





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Deborah J. Francis 



Nancy Ellen Freeman 



Deborah J. Francis 

Nickname: Debbie 
Hometown: East Providence, RI 
Major: Physical Therapy 
Theme Song: "Honesty" 
Likes: Mellow music, good films 
Dislikes: Dishonesty, competition 
Ambition: To be a successful well- 
rounded person, as a professional, 
a woman, and a human being 



Nancy Ellen Freeman 

Hometown: Newton, MA 

Major: English 

Theme Song: "September" 

Bostonian Haunts: Colorado Public 

Library 

Likes: Music, swimming 

Quote: If you think you can do it, 

you can. 





Michelle Renee Galler 



Kathleen Garrity 



Michelle Renee Galler 

Hometown: Hull, MA 
Major: Finance/Management 
Theme Song: "Ravel's Bolero" 
Bostonian Haunts: Friday's, Faneuil 
Hall, Evans Hall Nude Beach 
Ambition: To be a financial wizard 
and host the Johnny Carson show! 



Kathleen Garrity 

Major: Nutrition 





Tamar Gates 



Madeline Gatti 



Tamar Gates 



Madeline Gatti 

Hometown: Greenburgh-Hartsdale, 
NY 

Major: Social Service Administra- 
tion 

Theme Song: "Zoom" 
Likes: Walking, watching, traveling, 
music, GH 
Ambition: To do the best I can 




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Grace L. George 



Georgia Georgiou 



Grace L. George 

Hometown: Jamaica Plain, MA 

Major: Biology 

Theme Song: "Let the Good Times 

Roll" 

Bostonian Haunts: Copperfield's, 

Likes: Miller Lite, my good friends 

Dislikes: Homework, MBTA 

Ambition: To have a Steinway grand 

piano 



Georgia Georgiou 

Major: English 





Karina Gerson 



Helene S. Getz 



Karina Gerson 

Hometown: Springfield, MA 
Major: Management 
Bostonian Haunts: Jason's, Friday's, 
North End 



Helen S. Getz 

Major: Nutrition 





Randi Ilene Gilbert 



Ann C. Glasgow 



Randi Ilene Gilbert 

Hometown: Chevy Chase, MD 
Major: Finance/Management 
Theme Song: "The Man With the 
Child in His Eyes" 
Bostonian Haunts: Cambridge 
Likes: Unique freaky people, intelli- 
gence, comfortable clothes, travel 
Dislikes-: Ignorance, games, B.S. 
Ambition: Happiness and success 



Ann C. Glasgow 

Hometown: Pittsburgh, PA 

Major: Communications/Psych. 

Theme Song: "All I Want" 

Likes: Painting, running, jocks 

Dislikes: Dirty dishes 

Ambition: To own a public relations 

firm 





Joyce Ellen Goldberg 



Nadine A. Goldenberg 



Joyce Ellen Goldberg 

Hometown: Andover, MA 
Major: Nursing 

Bostonian Haunts: Pizzaria Uno, Fri- 
day's, Hyatt Regency 
Likes: Being with good friends, ski- 
ing, traveling, long walks 
Dislikes: Studying, taking exams 
Ambition: To become a RN and even- 
tually go to graduate school 



Nadine A. Goldenberg 

Hometown: Silver Spring, MD 

Major: Communications 

Theme Song: "As Time Goes By" 

Bostonian Haunts: Top of the Hub, 

Faneuil Hall 

Likes: Sleeping late, The Janus, 

M&Ms 

Dislikes: Boston weather, MBTA 

Ambition: To publish Time magazine 





Ann Cynthia Golub 



Annette Green 



Ann Cynthia Golub 

Hometown: Norwood, MA 
Major: Physical Therapy 
Bostonian Haunts: The Charles, 3rd 
floor South Hall 

Likes: Singing, jazz, Karen's cadaver 
jokes, brisk fall mornings 
Dislikes: Waiting in line 
Ambition: To be happy, healthy, 
and have a house on the beach 



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Cynthia Leigh Green 



Jodie Lynne Green 



Cynthia Leigh Green 

Nickname: Greenberg 
Hometown: Goldens Bridge, NY 
Major: Nursing 

Theme Song: "Breaker Breaker" 
Bostonian Haunts: Ruby's, Friday's 
Likes: Good times, good friends 
Dislikes: Exams, 8:30 classes 
Ambition: To work, go back to 
school, and make someone happy 



Jodie Lynne Green 

Hometown: Peabody, MA 

Major: International Management 

French/German 

Likes: Foreign languages, bowling 

Ambition: To have a fulfilling career 

that pays well 



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Ann C. Greenan 



Elizabeth R. Greenberg 



Ann C. Greenan 

Hometown: Northfield, VT 
Major: Physical Therapy 

Elizabeth R. Greenberg 

Nickname: Betsy, Bets 
Hometown: Scarsdale, NY 
Major: International Mgt ./Spanish 
Bostonian Haunts: The Cask 
Likes: Running around the Charles 
Dislikes: MIT frat parties 
Ambition: Travel around the world 
meeting people and encountering 
new experiences 





Karen Lynn Greenblatt 



Cheryl Lee Griffin 



Karen Lynn Greenblatt 

Hometown: Randolph, MA 
Major: Physical Therapy 
Theme Song: "Up, Up and Away" 
Bostonian Haunts: Chi Chi's 
Likes: Sailing on the Charles in sum- 
mer, viewing the foliage in fall, eat- 
ing snow cones flavored with San- 
gria in winter, socializing at bar- 
becues in spring 



Cheryl Lee Griffin 

Hometown: Braintree, MA 

Major: Psychology 

Theme Song: "The Rose" 

Bostonian Haunts: PDT, Faneuil 

Hall, The Black Rose 

Likes: People, talking, singing 

Dislikes: Frustration 

Ambition: To never lose faith in my 

dreams 





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Angela Grissett 



Leslie E. Groom 



Angela Grissett 

Nickname: Angie 

Hometown: New Haven, CT 

Major: Management 

Ambition: To attend graduate school 

for a MBA 



Leslie E. Groom 

Major: Biology 





Jean Adrienne Guveyan 



Edith Haffenreffer 



Jean Adrienne Guveyan 

Nickname: Jeannie 
Hometown: Arlington, MA 
Major: Nursing 
Theme Song: "Sailing" 
Bostonian Haunts: Faneuil Hall 
Likes: Arts, good music, dancing, 
family, friends, life 
Dislikes: Inefficiency, red tape 
Ambition: Graduate school 



Edith Haffenreffer 

Nickname: Edie 

Hometown: Wellesley, MA 

Major: Nursing 

Bostonian Haunts: Summit Hill, Top 

of the Hub, Blue Hill 

Likes: Singing, hiking, sailing, opera 

Dislikes: Writing papers, exams 

Ambition: To enjoy my life, career, 

and friends 





Diane M. Hallisey 



Kellijean Hanifan 



Diane M. Hallisey 

Hometown: Waltham, MA 
Major: Management 
Likes: Autumn in New England, 
camping, Museum of Fine Arts, 
impressionism, curling 



Kelli Jean Hanifan 

Hometown: East Weymouth, MA 

Major: Human Services/Elementary 

Education 

Theme Song: "You've Got A Friend" 

Ambition: To be the best I can at 

what I do and be happy doing it 





Jennifer A. Hanish 



Paula E. Hannigan 



Jennifer A. Hanish 

Hometown: Louisville, KY 
Major: Communications 

Paula E. Hannigan 

Major: Retail Management 



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Julie A. Harney 



Andrea Robin Alexandra Harris 



Julie A. Harney 
Major: Public Relations 



Andrea Robin Alexandra Harris 
Nickname: Anda, A, Audi. Harris 
Hometown: Grafton, MA 
Major: Management 
Theme Song- ■'Changes" 
Bostonian Haunts: Club ( .>()S. Cask 
Likes: RIM grads, L.L. Bean. Molsen 
Dislikes: It ans Ams, polyester 
Ambition: To be happy with what- 
ever I do 





Maureen Ann Harris 



Maureen Ann Harris 

Nickname: Micki 

Hometown: Everett, MA 

Major: Physical Therapy 

Theme Song: "Wishing On A Star" 

Bostonian Haunts: S-308, S-251 

Likes: Unicorns, C.H., hot fudge 

sundaes with pistachio ice cream 

Dislikes: The MBTA 

Ambition: I want to live & be happy 



Sandra Elizabeth Harris 

Nickname: Sandy 
Hometown: Miami, FL 
Major: Psychology 
Bostonian Haunts: Downtown. Hill- 
top Restaraunt in Saugus 
Likes: Pandas, walks outdoors 
Dislikes: Creasy food 




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Susan Vivian Harris 

Hometown: New Milford, CT 
Major: Biology 

Bostonian Haunts: Quiricy Market 
Likes: My friends, good times 
Dislikes: Long lines at Bartol Hall 
Ambition: To be healthy, happy, 
and successful 



Lori Paula Hashman 

Nickname: Lor 

Hometown: Beverly Hills, CA 
Major: Retail Management 
Theme Song: "Now and Then" 
Bostonian Haunts: Daisy Buchanan's 
Likes: Shalimar, retail, my car, Mork 
and Harvey, good friends 
Dislikes: Bartol Hall, dorm life 
Ambition: To be a buyer & married 





SheilaJ. Henderson 



Sheryl Ann Henderson 



SheilaJ. Henderson 

Hometown: Flintridge, CA 
Major: Economics 
Theme Song: "You've Got A Friend" 
Bostonian Haunts: El Phoenix Room 
Likes: Jogging, bicycling, novels 
Dislikes: Being tired, being cold 
Ambition: I'd like to become funny, 
patient, caring, athletic, observant, 
and a successful economist by 5/82 



Sheryl Ann Henderson 

Hometown: Boxford, MA 
Major: Retail Management 
Theme Song: "Because The Night' 
Bostonian Haunts: The Commons 
Ambition: To be happy 





Paula F. Hernberg 



Alison Elizabeth Hettich 



Paula F. Hernberg 

Hometown: Hingham, MA 
Major: Finance/Management 
Theme Song: "The Rodeo Song" 
Bostonian Haunts: Copperfield's, 
Who's On First, Ruby's 
Likes: Crew, Lite, good jokes, gam- 
bling, sports, soaps 
Dislikes: Tests, homework 



Alison Elizabeth Hettich 

Major: International Business/ 
Spanish 





Kathy Ann Higgins 



Katrina Holt 



Kathy Ann Higgins 

Hometown: Everett, MA 
Major: Physical Therapy 
Bostonian Haunts: Quincy Market, 
Pickering Wharf 



Katrina Holt 

Nickname: Trina 

Hometown: Portsmouth, NH 

Major: Nutrition 

Bostonian Haunts: Newbury St. 

Likes: Steve's Ice Cream, tall dark 

and handsome men, wine 

Dislikes: Short men, beer 

Ambition: Someplace to be, someone 

to love and something to do 



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Wendy Lynn Honiss 



Gayle M. Horton 



Wendy Lynn Honiss 

Nickname: Wendermatic 
Hometown: Simsbury, CT 
Major: Psvch. /Communications 



Gayle M. Horton 

Hometown: Medfleld, MA 
Bostonian Haunts: The Cask, Ripoff 
Likes: Cherries in beer, ice cream, 
brunch at Bartol 
Dislikes: MIT fiat parlies 
Ambition: To support myself in the 
manner to which I fiope to become 
accustomed 





Susan Hoskins 



Hollie Hurewitz 



Susan Hoskins 

Hometown: Orono, ME 

Major: Management 

Theme Song: "Give It All You Got" 

Bostonian Haunts: Quincy Market, 

New England Aquarium 

Likes: Bike riding, Maine seacoast, 

family and friends, ice cream 

Dislikes: Noise, green beans, the 

subway at 5 p.m. 



Holie Hurewitz 

Major: Psychology 





Jill Ann Hurite 



Ellen M. Hutchinson 



Jill Ann Hurite 

Hometown: Pittsburgh, PA 
Major: Management 



Ellen M. Hutchinson 

Hometown: Beverly, MA 

Major: Economics/Government 

Theme Song: "The Reach" 

Likes: Doonesbury, Bloom County, 

sleeping, autumn in New England, 

loyalty, commercials for Lite beer 

Dislikes: Rude people, peas, loud 

music 

Ambition: Lawyer 






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Deborah Jeffery 



Karen S.Jenkins 



Deborah Jeffery 

Major: Government 



Karen S. Jenkins 

Hometown: Concord, MA 

Major: Nursing 

Theme Song: "Sunshine On My 

Shoulders" 

Bostonian Haunts: Boston Common 

Likes: Hiking, camping, Bill, ice 

cream, Maine, the beach 

Ambition: Alaska, a bit of land in 

Maine, a challenging job 





Kristina Liddi Johnson 



Rhea Jeanne Kalivas 



Kristina Liddi Johnson 

Nickname: Krissy, K.P. 
Hometown: Lincoln, RI 
Major: Sociology 
Theme Song: "Badlands" 
Bostonian Haunts: The Flagon 
Likes: Mesick Hall, Mikey, music, 
Molson, marriage, the letter "M" 
Dislikes: Long distance relationships 
Ambition: Ask me later 



Rhea Jeanne Kalivas 

Hometown: Peabody, MA 
Major: International Management 
Theme Song: "Porella" 
Bostonian Haunts: TGIF's, Copley's 
Likes: ELMLL, Arthur, MG, taxis, 
pink chairs, peanut M&Ms 
Dislikes: Doors, Ken's, grapefruit, 
twitches, Evans, HBS cruises 





Valerie M. Kallman 



Susan Kamin 



Valerie M. Kallman 

Nickname: Val 

Hometow)t: Bloomfield, CI 

Major: Retail Management 

Theme Song: "Lady" 

Bostonian Haunts: Chi Chi's Mexican 

Restaurant, Oxford Ale House 

Likes: Food, singing, children 

Dislikes: Cold weather, rude people 

Ambition: To own a small business 



Susan Kamin 



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Wendy E. Kaplan 



Pauline Karafotias 



Wendy E. Kaplan 

Howe/own: Waban, MA 

Major: Advertising/Public Relations 

Theme Song: "Never Givin' Up" 



Pauline Karafotias 

Major: Retail Management 





Vonna Karoghlanian 



Julie Hope Kassalow 



Vonna Karoghlanian 

Major: Physical Therapy 



Julie Hope Kassalow 

Hometown: Scarsdale, NY 
Major: Government 





Mindy Katz 

Major: Management 



Lisa M . Kazarian 

Xicknamc: Lee 

Major: Management 

tikes: New Seahinv, What time...?, 

stamps, shoes 

Dislikes: 738-9688, twitches, bones, 

nail polish 




Lisa M. Kazarian 




Maureen R. Keegan 



Hope Kellman-Carlen 



Maureen R. Keegan 

Nickname: Reenie 

Hometown: Fairfield, CT 

Major: Physical Therapy 

Boston/an Haunts: Bentley College 

Likes: Life 

Ambition: To he successful and 



happy 



Hope Kellman-Carlen 

Major: Nutrition 





Jessica M. Kerylow 



Mary A. Keyes 



Jessica M. Kerylow 

Nickname: Jess 
Hometown: Keene, NH 
Major: Physical Therapy 



Mary A. Keyes 

Nickname: Maria 
Hometown: Milton, MA 
Major: Nursing 
Theme Song: "Super Freak" 
Likes: Smiles, dreams, traveling 
Dislikes: Leaving friends 
Ambition: To be happy and make 
others happy 





Donna Elizabeth Kimberly 

Nickname: Kimba 
Hometown: New Milford, CT 
Major: Special Education/ 
Elementary Education 
Bostonian Haunts: Pi/.zaria Uno 
Likes: Weekends, moustaches 
Dislikes: Mid-term week, phone bills 
Ambition: A lifetime of happiness 
with Chuck 



Midori Komatsu 

Hometown: Japan 

Major: American Studies ' 

Likes: Music, playing the piano 

Ambition: To be a career woman in 

Tokyo 



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Hometown: Haverhill, MA 
Majoi ' : Physical Therapy 



Jennifer Lynn Kuebler 

Nickname: Jenna 

Hometown: McLean, VA 

Major: Spanish/Huniaii Services 

Theme Song: "Morning Clow" 

Likes: Nova and "IKS," dance, K.I). 

K.J., funk, D.C. 

Dislikes: Wailing... 





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Carol Kurty 

Nickname: Weil 

Hometown: Wcstlield, MA 

Major: Sociology 

Theme Song: "Crowing Lip" 

Bostonian Haunts: Cask n' Flagon 

Likes: Fujis, chic peas, music, Levis, 

Timmy 

Dislikes: Alligators, fiats 

Ambition: Psychiatric social work 



Lai Noge L. Kwan 

Nickname: Big Head 
Hometown: Boston, MA 
Major: Human Services/Psychology 
Bostonian Haunts: Quincy Market 
Likes: hating, sleeping, shopping, 
singing, sports, talking to people 
Dislikes: Reading textbooks 
Ambition: To get a MA in counseling 
and also pursue a MBA 





Naney L. Lafferty 



Maria Latimore 



Nancy L. Lafferty 

Major: Communications 

Maria Latimore 

Nickname: Ria 

Hometown: Boston, MA 

Major: Finance/Management 

Theme Song: "The Need To Be" 

Bostonian Haunts: Salch's, linker's, 

Lulu White's 

Ambition: Business executive 





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Rita G. Laurence 

Hometown: South Weymouth, MA 
Major: Biology 

Theme Song: "Ride Like The Wind" 
Likes: Animals, the outdoors, coffee, 
Clark bars, cigarettes, late night 
movies, sports, gardening 
Dislikes: French, MBTA, crowds 
Ambition: Veterinarian 



Jeanne M. Lee 

Hometown: Attleboro, MA 

Major: Management 

Bostonian Haunts: Faneuil Hall, B.C., 

The Cask 

Likes: Star runs, Gardinia, Sunday 

afternoon movies, good friends 

Dislikes: Fortran, surprise visits, 

haircuts, steam heaters, the "T" 

Ambition: To graduate! 



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Marie-Christine Lee 

Hometown: Hong Kong 

Major: Nutrition 

Theme Song: "Still" 

Ambition: To be a successful career 

woman with lots of friends 



Sandra Lee 

Hometown: Hong Kong 

Major: Retail Management 

Bostonian Haunts: Quincy Market 

Likes: Dancing, skating, reading, 

singing 

Dislikes: Drinking, jogging, rainy 

days 

Ambition: To learn as many foreign 

languages as possible 





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Stephanie Michelle Lee 

Hometown: Dagupan City, Philip- 
pines 

Major: Human Services/Philosophy 
Bostonian Haunts: Tuesday's, E Club 
Likes: Designer clothes, dinners at 
the Ritz, weekends in Paris 
Dislikes: Cigarettes, the MBTA 
Ambition: To be an administrator in 
a child protection agency 



Paula Ann Lemole 

Hometown: Everett, MA 

Major: Nursing 

Bostonian Haunts: Quincy Market 

Likes: Meeting new people, new 

experiences, my good friends 

Dislikes: Care plans, nursing papers, 

final exams 

Ambition: To work for two years 

and then go to graduate school 






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Patricia Lewis 



Rebecca Lewis 



Patricia Lewis 

Nickname: Patty 

Hometown: Schenectady, NY 

Major: Sociology 

Bostonian Haunts: Ruby's, Star 

Likes: "S's," hugs, to play, hake 

bread, Mickey Mouse 

Dislikes: To dance, authority 

Ambition: To live in Brookline and 

commute to Mission Hill 



Rebecca Lewis 

Major: English 





Elizabeth H. Liapunov 



Susan G. Libby 



Elizabeth H. Liapunov 

Nickname: Li/a 

Hometown: Bloomington, IN 

Major: Elementary Education/ 

Special Education/Human Services 

Theme Song: "Is That The Wav You 

Look?" 

Likes: Dan Kogelberg, daiquiris 

Dislikes: Fiat parties, phone bills 

Ambition: To have free time 



Susan G. Libby 

Nickname: Sue 
Hometown: Portland, MK 
Major: Special and Klementarv Ed 
Theme Song: "Reasons" 
Bostonian Haunts: Copperfield's 
Likes: Music, children, good food 
Dislikes: Exams, service plans 
Ambition: Speech pathologist/ 
audiologist 





Christine Liebman 



Elizabeth Carol Liggio 



Christine Liebman 

Major: Management 



Elizabeth Carol Liggio 

Hometown: Westchester, NY 
Major: ( )pen Program 
Bostonian Haunts: Harvard Square 
beacon Hill, Waldcn Pond 
Likes: Walks along the Charles, 
Crane's beach. Gardener House 





Lisa Ann Linhart 



Rita Litalien 



Lisa Ann Linhart 

Nickname: Superwoman 
Hometown: Westminster, MA 
Major: Government/Spanish 
Quote: "To be good is not enough, 
when you dream of being great." 



Rita Litalien 

Hometown: Biddeford, ME 

Major: Physical Therapy 

Theme Song: "September" 

Bostonian Haunts: MFA, Steve's Ice 

Cream 

Likes: Meeting people, going places 

Dislikes: Snobs, complaints 

Ambition: To travel the Orient and 

enjoy... 





Donna LoConte 



Janice E. Lopez 



Donna LoConte 

Hometown: Peabody, MA 
Major: Physical Therapy 
Theme Song: "You've Got A Friend" 
Bostonian Haunts: J.C. Hillary's 
Likes: Strawberry daiquiris, concerts 
on the Charles, happy hours 
Dislikes: Alarm clocks, phone bills, 
Bartol Hall dinners 



Janice E. Lopez 

Nickname: Jan 

Hometown: Gales Ferry, CT 

Major: Government 

Bostonian Haunts: The Cask, MFA 

Likes: The Rolling Stones, children 

Dislikes: Designer clothes, MBTA 

Ambition: To obtain a law degree 

and work in the criminal justice 

system in Washington, DC 





Rebecca Lorandeau 



Michelle M. Luz 



Rebecca Lorandeau 

Nickname: Becky 

Hometown: Claremont, NH 

Major: Nursing 

Bostonian Haunts: Molly's 

Likes: New Hampshire, being with 

Scott, jeans 

Dislikes: Studying, bus rides 

Ambition: Graduation! 



Michelle M. Luz 

Nickname: Mitch 

Hometown: Grosse Pte. Farms, MI 
Major: Retail Management 
Bostonian Haunts: The Cask, Logan 
Likes: M.B., double vodka martinis, 
tennis, fun, money, friends 
Dislikes: Library, spinach, subway 
Ambition: Own and manage a retail 
establishment, i.e. Jordan Marsh 



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Martha Lyness 



Kerin Lyons 



Martha Lyness 

Major: Nutrition 



Kerin Lyons 

Nickname: Kelly 
Hometown: Stoughton, MA 
Major: Nutrition 
Bosto>iian Haunts: Friday's 
Likes: Skiing, tennis, soaps, rain- 
bows, spring break in Florida 
Dislikes: Waiting in lines, MBTA, 
competition 
Ambition: To be a dietician 





Lori MacLeod 



Debra C. Maier 



Lori MacLeod 

Major: Psychology 



Debra C. Maier 

Major: Retail Management 





Karen M. Maini 



Robin Mainwaring-Healey 



Karen M. Maini 

Major: Biology 

Quote: "Flexibility is the key to living- 
nothing is absolute-things that bring 
you down will pass-and happiness 
will Fill your days-keep yourself 
open for joys of the heart-lift up 
your head and laugh at the sky-for 
someday soon it's certain to be- 
heaven's going to smile on you. 



Robin Mainwaring-Healey 

Hometown: Framingham, MA 
Major: History/English/German 
Bostonian Haunts: Gardner Museum 
Likes: Riding, sports, books, enamel- 
ing, cooking, gardening 
Dislikes: Mushrooms, being late 
Ambition: To be the greatest dres- 
sage and three-day competitor and 
trainer in the world 





Shelley Manion 

Nickname: Shirley 
Hometown: Belmont, MA 
Major: Management 
Theme Song: "Reasons" 
Bostonian Haunts: Quincy Market 
Likes: Dancing, sports, moustaches, 
Nantucket, music, tuna, traveling 
Dislikes: Fi at parties, getting up in 
the morning 



Susan E. Manning 

Nickname: Susie 
Hometown: Rockland, MA 
Major: Physical Therapy/Spanish 

Bostonian Haunts: The Cask, 
Jonathan Swift's 
Likes: Skiing, sailing, outdoors 
Dislikes: Cold rainy Mondays 
Ambition: To help other people in 
all ways that I can 



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Barbara Marceau 



Kim Elise Marciano 



Barbara Marceau 

Major: Special Education 

Kim Elise Marciano 

Hometown: Greenwich, CT 
Major: Open Program — Visual 
Communications and Business 
Likes: Sports, theatre, music, cars 
Ambition: To have my own business 





Melissa A. Markowitz 



Esther S. Marks 



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Melissa A. Markowitz 

Hometown: Glens Falls, NY 

Major: Special Education/ 

Elementary Education 

Bostonian Haunts: Emack & Bolio's 

Likes: Children, Israel, friendships, 

ice cream, the country, music 

Dislikes: Selfishness, discrimination, 

meatloaf 

Ambition: Help, love, care, live! 



Esther S. Marks 

Nickname: M.W. . 

Hometown: Barcelona, Spain 
Major: Psychology 
Theme Song: "Hill Street Blues" 
Likes: K.K.EG plus T, bowling 
Dislikes: Registration day 
Ambition: To be able to support my- 
self in the manner in which I hope 
to become accustomed 





Ka>en Marsh 



Kim Mason 



Karen Marsh 

Major: Physical Therapy 



Kim Mason 

Hometown: La Jolla, CA 
Major: International Management 
Theme Song: "Casino Royal" 
Bostonian Haunts: Cambridge 
Likes: Southern California beaches, 
sunsets, tennis, travel, dancing 
Ambition: President of IBM! 





Chioma Pauline Mbawuike 



Chioma Pauline Mbawuike 

Hometown: Amaimo, Nigeria 
Major: Medical Technology 
Theme Song: "I Did It My Way" 
Bostonian Haunts: Faneuil Hall 
Likes: People, music, needle crafts, 
reading, traveling 
Dislikes: Dishonesty, exams, bills 
Ambition: To own and operate a 
laboratory 



Amy S. McAllister 

Hometown: Hanover, NH 
Major: Physical Therapy 




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Linda McCracken 



Marlene Anne McDonald 



Linda McCracken 

Major: Chemistry 



Marlene Anne McDonald 

Hometown: Foxborough, MA 
Major: Communications/English 





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Karen Mary McLeod 



Anne L. McMillen 



Karen Mary McLeod 

Nickname: Kar 

Hometown: Mountainside, NJ 

Major: Nursing 

Theme Song: "Sara" 

Bostonian Haunts: Ruby's, Friday's 

Likes: The best of friends C.G., B.S. 

Dislikes: Mondays 

Ambition: To get married. ..'cause 

that's where the money is! 



Anne L. McMillen 

Hometown: Quincy, MA 
Major: Biology 

Bostonian Haunts: Museum of Sci- 
ence, Quincy Market 
Likes: Animals, diving, traveling, 
sunsets, the ocean 
Dislikes: Chemistry, MBTA 
Ambition: Veterinary medicine; to 
practice or do research 





Susan G. McNeff 



Patricia Elizabeth Meade 



Susan G. McNeff 

Hometown: Weston, MA 
Major: Communications 



Patricia Elizabeth Meade 
Nickname: George, Irish 
Hometown: New York City, NY 
Major: Management/Government/ 
Finance 

Bostonian Haunts: Faneuil Hall 
Likes: Romantic novels, punk rock 
Dislikes: Fiat parties, finals 
Ambition: To be successful in what- 
ever field I enter 





Anne Marie Michaels 



Debra Rose Michaud 



Anne Marie Michaels 

Hometown: Hampstead, NH 
Major: English/Philosophy 
Theme Song: "Netherlands" 
Bostonian Haunts: Harvard Square 
Likes: People with high energy, can- 
dles, daisies, swings, People's Park 
Dislikes: Peas 
Ambition: To live a harmonious life 



Debra Rose Michaud 

Nickname: Debbie 

Hometown: Waterville, ME , 

Major: Mathematics 

Theme Song: "Wayfaring Stranger" 

Bostonian Haunts: "Y" Youth Center, 

FIJI, Steve's Ice Cream 

Likes: Children, art, honest people 

Dislikes: Cigarette smoke, bigots 

Ambition: To continue to learn 



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Sara L. Milas 



Laurene P. Miller 



Sara L. Milas 

Hometown: Lawrence, MA 
Major: Physical Therapy 
Ambition: To be happy 



Laurene P. Miller 

Nickname: Laurie 
Hometown: Haverhill, MA 
Major: Psychology/Biology 
Theme Song: "Born To Run" 
Bostonian Haunts: Faneuil Hall 
Likes: Italian food, home, my family 
Dislikes: Boston traffic 
Ambition: To pursue a career in a 
health-related field and he happy 








Heidi Milman 



Denise M. Miserlis 



Heidi Milman 

Hometown: Salem, MA 

Major: Management 

Likes: Reading, the beach, good 

friends, music, my kids 

Dislikes: Dishonest people, the 

Green Line 

Ambition: To work in personnel, 

especially labor relations 



Denise M. Miserlis 

Hometown: Arlington, MA 
Major: English/Communications 
Bostonian Haunts: Banks of the 
Charles, No-Name's, Faneuil Hall 
Likes: Photography, chorale, talks 
with friends, laughing, food 
Dislikes: Waiting in lines, dirt 
Ambition: To be free to live my life 
the way I want to 





Rita Marie Mitchell 



Karen Morganelli 



Rita Marie Mitchell 

Nickname: Bonita 
Hometown: Billet ic a, MA 
Major: Public Relations/Spanish 
Theme Song: "My Way" 
Bostonian Haunts: Uno's 
Likes: Honesty, popcorn, Spanish 
Dislikes: Indecision, mustard, diets 
Ambition: To figure out life and 
make a million selling the answer 



Karen Morganelli 

Nickname: Muffin 
Hometown: Hyde Park 
Theme Song: "Hungry Heart" 
Bostonian Haunts: Friday's, Copley 
Square, The Channel 
Likes: Brucie, dancin", N.Y., sun- 
shine, Atlantics, The Lounge 
Dislikes: Mondays, gray skies 
Ambition: "Rich and Famous" 





Deborah Lynn Morse 



Karen Mortensen 



Deborah Lynn Morse 

Nickname: Debbie 

Hometown: Glastonbury, CT 

Major: Nursing 

Theme Song: "You've Got A Friend' 

Bostonian Haunts: The North End, 

Theta Chi 

Likes: Dancing, meeting people 

Dislikes: Father's Five 

Ambition: To be a Supernurse 



Karen Mortensen 

Hometown: Stoneham, MA 

Major: Economics 

Bostonian Haunts: Public Gradens, 

Filene's, the Esplanade 

Likes: Popcorn, jogging 





Judith Mary Moses 



Jennifer Milene Mostue 



Judith Mary Moses 

Nickname: Judy 
Hometown: Norwood, MA 
Major: Nursing 

Theme Song: "Lessons Learned" 
Bostonian Haunts: Faneuil Hall 
Likes: Larry Robert Dennison 
Dislikes: Not getting mail, puddles 
Ambition: To pass my boards and 
work as a RN; go to grad school 



Jennifer Milene Mostue 








June Lisa Mouradjian 



Roseline Davis Mshoperi 



June Lisa Mouradjian 

Hometown: Waltham, MA 

Major: Medical Technology 

Theme Song: "Fire and Rain" 

Bostonian Haunts: Copperfield's, 

McNasty's, Friday's 

Likes: Skiing, swimming, traveling 

Dislikes: Snobs 

Ambition: "To have the best 

technique" 



Roseline Davis Mshoperi 

Hometown: Chipinga, Zimbabwe # 
Major: Management/Finance 
Theme Song: "No Woman; No Cry" 
Likes: Dancing, exercising, eating 
Dislikes: Reading 

Ambition: To have an exercise studio 
and to do commercials 




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Marlene Mullan 



Jane S. Murania 



Marlene Mullan 

Hometown: Rockville, MD 
Major: Physical Therapy 
Bostonian Haunts: The Black Rose 
Likes: The night life, Dix chix, 
Qnadside, Bay State Road 
Dislikes: Physics, flat beer 
Ambition: To have a private practice 
as a physical therapist 



Jane S. Murania 

Major: Retail Management 
Theme Song: "Listen to The Music" 
Bostonian Haunts: H's 8c H's 
Likes: ILUSM4E, Brian, NY, Koko, 
Bloomies, Billy Joel, Yankees, the 
Boy, Mom and Dad, happy times 
Dislikes: moving, my senior picture 
Ambition: Health, wealth, and hap- 
piness with time to enjoy it! 





Marie Muscella 



Nancy L. Myers 



Marie Muscella 

Nickname: Ree, Sprout, Scallion 

Hometown: Ridley Park, PA 

Major: Nutrition 

Bostonian Haunts: Flagoon, Nip- 

offs, Charles River Garden Room 

Likes: Vans, Hek-Dang-Yo, 

Birdlegs, Bambam Feet, Baboos 

Dislikes: Pooms 

Ambition: To be prosperous 



Nancy L. Myers 

Major: Communications 





Nancy Napoleon 



Bik Yim (Sally) Ng 



Nancy Napoleon 

Major: Management 



Bik Yim (Sally) Ng 

Nickname: Bikkv 
Hometown: Brighton, MA 
Major: Finance/Management 
Theme Song: "Oh, No" 
Bostonian Haunts: Faneuil Hall 
Likes: Christmas Party '80 
Dislikes: "Sad face," 8:30 classes 
Ambition: To be able to do things 
that I want to do and be happv 





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Maureen Nissenbaum 



Jane Elizabeth Nixon 



Maureen Nissenbaum 

Hometown: Brookline, MA 
Major: Psychology/Management 
Theme Song: "The Way We Were" 
Bostonian Haunts: Simmons library 
Likes: Graduation, walking in the 
breeze on the beach, snow, bubbling 
champagne, the arts 
Dislikes: Hard physical labor 
Ambition: To help others 



Jane Elizabeth Nixon 

Nickname: Janie 

Hometown: Foxborough, MA 

Major: Nutrition 

Theme Song: "Harbor Lights" 

Bostonian Haunts: Charles River 

Quincy Market 

Likes: Chocolate, crew 

Ambition: Industrial nutritionist 





Nasra Y. Noor 



Susan M. Nowak 



Nasra Y. Noor 

Major: Management 



Susan M. Nowak 

Major: Physical Therapy 





Ann Nugent 



Kate Nwafor 



Ann Nugent 

Hometown: Brockton, MA 
Major: Physical Therapy 



Kate Nwafor 

Nickname: kitty 

Hometown: Nigeria 

Major: French 

Likes: Reading, sight-seeing, disco, 

home duties 

Dislikes: Drinking 

Ambition: University professor 



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Mary Ellen O'Brien 



Eleanor Doyle O'Donnell 



Mary Ellen O'Brien 

Nickname: MEOB 
Hometown: Dan vers, MA 
Major: Physical Therapy 



Eleanor Doyle O'Donnell 

Hometown: Hingham, MA 
Major: Nutrition 

Theme Song: "Ride Like The Wind" 
Likes: Skiing, tennis, dancing, being 
with my family 

Dislikes: Southeast expressway 
Ambition: To enjoy life and be suc- 
cessful in my profession 





Judith A. O'Neill 



Susan M. Pacific 



Judith A. O'Neill 

Nickname: Judy 

Hometown: South Portland, ME 

Major: Nutrition 

Bostonian Haunts: Copperfield's 

Faneuil Hall 

Likes: Running, trips to MM A 

Susan M. Pacific 

Nickname: Sue 

Hometown: Brooktield, CT 

Major: Nursing 

Theme Song: "Memories" 

Bostonian Haunts: The Cask 

Likes: Jim, mom's care packages 

Dislikes: The cold wind in Boston 

Ambition: To become successful and 

happy in my career and life 





Rosemary Pagliarini 



Mary Papakyrikos 



Rosemary Pagliarini 

Nickname: BooBoo 
Hometown: Somerville, MA 
Major: Physical Therapy 
Theme Song: "Always and Forever" 
Likes: Friday nights with friends 
Dislikes: Faking exams under 
pressure 

Ambition: To find happiness in what- 
ever 1 do 

Mary Papakyrikos 

Hometown: Watertown, MA 
Major: Nursing 

Theme Song: "Hell Is For Children" 
Bostonian Haunts: Metro, Spit, 
Steve's, Friday's, Copperfield's 
Likes: Art, summer, friends, work- 
ing at B.I., Peter, Cape Cod 
Dislikes: Homework, winter 
Ambition: Gerontology clinical 
specialist 





Anna Pappas 



Penny S. Paradee 



Anna Pappas 

Nickname: Queen 
Hometown: Cincinnati, OH 
Major: History/Government 
Bostonian Haunts: Lily's, No-Name's, 
the Charles 

Likes: Crisp fall days, cruises on the 
Greek Isles, good friends, a bottle 
of wine, ice cream 



Penny S. Paradee 

Hometown: Grand Isle, VT 
Major: Public Relations/Sociology 
Theme Song: "Take The Long Way 
Home 

Bostonian Haunts: Emack 8c Bolio's 
Likes: Hot chocolate, rowing 
Dislikes: Boston drivers, the "T" 
Ambition: Write at least one letter to 
all my friends after graduation 





Ana Lorena Passarelli 



Lorraine Patti 



Ana Lorena Passarelli 

Nickname: Peri, Lorish, Figue 
Hometown: Guatemala 
Major: Biology 

Theme Song: "Twinkle Twinkle" 
Bostonian Haunts: The Fens 
Likes: Being against everybody 
Dislikes: Being caught infraganti 
Ambition: A Ph.D. and to find out if 
the moon is made out of cheese 



Lorraine Patti 

Major: Sociology 





Nora Eileen Peabody 



Therese N. Pepin 



Nora Eileen Peabody 

Hometown: Albany, NY 
Major: Finance 

Bostonian Haunts: The Hall, Bun- 
ratty's, Colorado Public Library 



Therese N. Pepin 
Nickname: I erry 
Hometown: Roslindalc, MA 
Major: Communications 
'Theme Song: "Mac The Knife" 
Bostonian Haunts: Chatam's Corner 
Likes: Boston, eggplant parmigian, • 
beaches, dancing, Rod Stewart 
Dislikes: MB I A, morning classes 
Ambition: To enjoy life & be happy 



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Monica Laura Percival 



Tammy L. Ferry 



Monica Laura Percival 

Nickname: Perec 
Hometown: Old Deerficld, MA 
Major: ( iomiiiunie ations/F.nglish 
liostonian Haunts: L-503, L-50o 
I. ikes: Designer dogs, hats, blenders, 
(-squares, shovels, violins, Loudon 
Dislikes: Lists, roomies, tunafish 
Ambition: M.L. Percival Associates 
New York/London/Paris 



Tammy L. Perry 

Homelini'ii: Weston, (IT 

Major: Mathematics 

Theme Song: "Still Crazy Alter All 

These Years" 

lio.slonian Haunts: Faneuil Hall 

Likes: Pink and lime green, rabbits, 

ribbons, Austria 

Dislikes: Uncooperative computers 





Betsy Anne Person 



Kim Michele Peters 



Betsy Anne Person 

Hometown: Pittslicld, MA 
Major: Open Program — 
Socio-Humanistic Perspectives on 

Problems ol the New World Order 



Kim Michele Peters 

Nickname: K.P. 

Hometown: Stamford, CI 

Major: Advertising/Public Relations 

lio.slonian Haunts: Rich's, N.l . 

Likes: Modeling, monev, men 

Dislikes: Phony women, conceited 

men 

Ambition: To retire by age 'M) doing 

modeling and fashion design 





Lisa Petrell 



Susan Ann Pfeiffer 



Lisa Petrell 

Hometown: Hanover, MA 

Major: Nutrition 

Theme Song: "You Are What You 

hat" 

liostonian Haunts: Friday's 

Likes: Cape Cod, sailing, Boca 

Raton, skiing in Quebec 

Dislikes: Rush hour ( nil lie 

Ambition: To be my own boss 



Susan Ann Pfeiffer 

Nickname: Sue-elte 
Hometown: t'pland, ( \ 
Major: Management 
Theme Song: "We Col The Peat"' 
lio.slonian Haunts: Sieve's Ice Cream 
Likes: fall, blond, blue-eyed... 
Dislikes: ('.hisses before noon 
Ambition: To earn enough as a lop 
executive to afford a Ferrari! 




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Elizabeth Miller Phillips 



Erica-Lee Pierce 



Elizabeth Miller Phillips 

Nickname: Betsy 
Hometown: Greenwich, CT 
Major: English 

Theme Song: "Bach's Brandenberg 
Concerti 

Bostonian Haunts: Charles River, 
Gardner Museum 
Likes: Guys over 25, Boston Ballet 
Ambition: President of a major cor- 
poration 



Erica-Lee Pierce 

Hometown: Georgetown, MA 
Major: Education/Spanish 
Theme Song: "No Man Is An Island" 
Likes: Michael, cats, mountain climb- 
ing, singing, sun, children, music 
Dislikes: Being late, vegetables, nega- 
tive attitudes, war, chauvanism 
Ambition: To share the joy of learn- 
ing with others 



Susan Pinstein 

Hometown: Brockton, MA 

Major: International Management 

Spanish 

Bostonian Haunts: Faneuil Hall, 

Cask 

Likes: Swimming, tennis, piano 





Susan Pinstein 



Jane M. Podell 



Jane M. Podell 

Major: Nutrition 





Ruth M. Polaner 



Judith B. Powell 



Ruth M. Polaner 

Nickname: Ruthie 
Hometown: Livingston, NJ 
Major: Economics/Finance 
Theme Song: "London Town" 
Bostonian Haunts: K.K., Friday's 
Likes: Ballet, theater, London, 
traveling, dancing, New York, roses 
Dislikes: GMATs, Kaplan's 
Ambition: Banking 



Judith B. Powell 

Major: Communications 



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Catherine Powers 



Michelle Preble 



Catherine Powers 

Nickname: Cathy 
Hometown: Salem, MA 
Major: Physical Therapy 



Michelle Preble 

Nickname: Missy 

Hometown: Maiden, MA 

Major: Elementary Education/ 

Spanish 

Theme Song: "1 Loved These Days" 

Bostonian Haunts: Copperfield's 

Likes: Kevin, Cape Cod, family, life 

Dislikes: Coodbyes 

Ambition: To get a teaching position 





Deena Susan Prestegard 



Therese R. Pride 



Deena Susan Prestegard 

Hometown: New York City, NY 
Major: Business Management/ 
Computer Science 
Bostonian Haunts: BBRC, The Ritz 
L/A?.v;Jack Daniels, Charlie Daniels, 
skiing, movies, love, money 
Dislikes: Traffic, finals, interviews 
Ambition: Digital Equipment Corpo- 
ration President 



Therese R. Pride 

Nickname: Terri 
Hometown: Portland, ME 
Major: Physical Therapy 
Theme Song: "My Way" 
Bostonian Haunts: Pizzeria Uno 
Likes: Rita's popcorn, blondes, 
gin & tonics, late night talks, crew 
Dislikes: Financial Aid Office, lines 
Ambition: Happiness and success 




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Diana Maria Psyras 



Margaret Puliafico 



Diana Maria Psyras 

Nickname: Dee 

Hometown: Berkeley Heights, NJ 
Major: Communications/Mgt. 
Theme Song: "Rhapsody in Blue" 
Bostonian Haunts: FIJI, No-Name's 
Likes: Theatres, movies, jazz, food 
Dislikes: Exams, liver and onions 
Ambition: To be "Rich and Famous' 
and have fun 



Margaret Puliafico 

Major: Nutrition 





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Randy E. Rabney 



Marcia Reda 



Randy E. Rabney 

Major: History 



Marcia Reda 

Nickname: Marcie 
Hometown: Foxboro, MA 
Major: Nursing 
Theme Song: "Thunder Road" 
Bostonian Haunts: Copperfield's, 
Who's On First, Windsor dale 
Likes: Thursday nights, Ruby's subs, 
the soaps, nursing, pilsner beer 
Dislikes: The MB I A, registration 





Dianna Lynn Reed 



Deborah S. Rhee 



Dianna Lynn Reed 

Hometown: Monroe, NY 
Major: ( lorn municat ions 
Theme Song: "Born To Run" 
Bostonian Haunts: The Metro, 
Faneuil Hall, Aegean Fare, Cric kets 
Likes: Walter Cronkite, CBS, ABC 
Dislikes: Beer, frats, getting up 
Ambition: To become a television 
news anchor/reporter 



Deborah S. Rhee 
Nickname: Debby 
Hometown: Dobbs Ferry, NY 
Major: Human Services 
Theme Song: "Reasons" 
Bostonian Haunts: J.C. Hillary's 
Likes: Amies — S.,L.,C.,M.,C. and 
others, peanut M&M's, pizza 
Dislikes: B. food, M., leaving... 
Ambition: The best... in the world 





Deborah Ricciardi 



Jennifer Marie Richer 



Deborah Ricciardi 

Hometown: Quincy, MA 
Major: Physical Therapy 
Theme Song: "Memories" 
Bostonian Haunts: S-308, S-25 1 
Likes: Music, food, GH (soaps) 
Ambition: I wanna live! 



Jennifer Marie Richer 

Hometown: Milton, MA 

Major: Management/Accounting 

Bostonian Haunts: Copperfield's, 

Who's On First 

Likes: Skiing, sailing, Ruby's Place 

Dislikes: Registration 



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Alexandra Leigh Riemer 



Beth Adrienne Rivkin 



Alexandra Leigh Riemer 

HomeUnvn: Weston, MA 

Major: Retail Management 

Bostonian Haunts: Ciro and Sal's 

Likes: Skiing, tennis, pastel colors, 

tropica] weather 

Dislikes: Crowds, loud people, bright 

lights 



Beth Adrienne Rivkin 

Nickname: Rivkin 

Hometoien: Longmeadow, MA 

Major: Management 

Theme Song: Gato Barbiei i's Europa 

Bostonian Haunts: Jason's, Friday's 

Ambition: Consultant 





Linda Sue Rohrlick 



Melissa Ellen Rosenthal 



Linda Sue Rohrlick 

Hometown: West Hartford, CT 
Major: Management/Marketing 
Theme Song: "Fantasy'' 
Likes: Steve's ice cream, photo- 
graphy, rollerskating, long walks 
Dislikes: MBTA, traffic, exams 
Ambition: To gain as much experi- 
ence as possible in the business field, 
and hold a position that shows this 



Melissa Ellen Rosenthal 

HomeUnvn: West Hartford, CT 
Major: Physical Therapy 
Theme Song: Springsteen! 
Bostonian Haunts: Cask 'n Flagon 
Likes: Good friends, green glitter, 
Europe, fireworks, fun times, men 
Dislikes: Jamaica Plain, frats 
Ambition: To be very happy, very 
successful, and very rich 





Karen L. Rothstein 



Katherine V. Row 



Karen L. Rothstein 

Nickname: Knerdlee 
Hometown: Randolph, MA 
Major: Physical Therapy 
Bostonian Haunts: Cask and Flagon 
Likes: Cadaver jokes, dancing, Fri- 
day afternoons, KKEG + T 
Dislikes: Lines, 8:30 classes 
Ambition: To be happy with myself 
and the way in which I live my life 



Katherine V. Row 

Nickname: "No, not Kathy" 
Hometown: Lincoln, MA 
Major: Communications 
Theme Song: "California Dreaming' 
Bostonian Haunts: Public Gardens 
Likes: Running, popcorn, movies, 
blue V.W.'s that run, bargains 
Dislikes: The T, cold weather 
Ambition: To do everything once 





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Cindy L. Rubin 



Elizabeth Jude Ryan 



Cindy L. Rubin 

Hometown: Framingham, MA 
Major: Finance/Management 
Theme Seng: "Impossible Dream" 
Bostonian Haunts: 3rd Moor South 
Hall, junior year 

Likes: Tall, dark and handsome... 
Ambition: To he rich and greedy 
and step on anyone who gels in mv 
way 



Elizabeth Jude Ryan 

Nickname: Betsy 
Home/men: Duxbui v, MA 
Major: Nursing 





Donna J. Sacks 



Lori Susan Sadugor 



Donna J. Sacks 

Hometown: Newton, MA 
Major: Nutrition 
Theme Song: "Sailing" 
Bostonian Haunts: Faneuil Hall, 
Jason's, Friday's, Bay Power Room 
Likes: Being with A.B., spending 
time with family and friends, and 
going away during vacation 
Ambition: To live, love, and laugh 



Lori Susan Sadugor 

Nickname: Lori Sue 
Hometown: Rockville, MI) 
Major: Management 
Theme Song: "Layla" 
Likes: Being with my friends, learn- 
ing, partying, G.H. 
Dislikes: Dieting 

Ambition: To reach any goals I set 
for myself 





Beverlee Salvatore 



Kristen Marie Sampson 



Beverlee Salvatore 



Kristen Marie Sampson 

Nickname: Kris 

Hometown: Everett, MA 

Major: Nursing 

Theme Song: "Just the Two of Us" 

Bostonian Haunts: The Prince 

Likes: Clinical experience, skating 

Dislikes: Homework 

Ambition: To accomplish what I've 

set out to do 



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Debra Schaffer 



Lynn Marie Schiatta 



Debra Schaffer 
Nickname: Debbie 
Hometown: Brockport, NY 
Major: Management 
Likes: Clin & Tonics, big broad shoul- 
ders, California — sun and surf 
Ambition: To become V.P. of Oper- 
ations in a large company — a posi- 
tion not normally held by a woman 
but soon to change 



Lynn Marie Schiatta 

Hometown: Garden City, NY 
Major: Nursing 

Theme Song: "Ride Like The Wind" 
Bo.stonian Haunts: Daisy's, Friday's, 
Sterling's, "etc." 

Likes: My 3 and 4 day weekends, my 
4 pals, my Sunday outdoor walks 
Ambition: To work in different loca- 
tions and fields of nursing 





Amy Schuchat 



Amy Jane Schwartz 



Amy Schuchat 

Hornetoum: New Milford, CI 

Major: Mgt ./Communications 

Theme Song: "Here Conies The 

Sun" 

Bostonian Haunts: M.F.A. 

Likes: Beer, Beethoven, and 

Bullwinkle 

Dislikes: Typing, fur coats 

Ambition: Happiness 



Amy Jane Schwartz 

Nickname: Ame 
Hometown: Newtown, CI 
Major: Human Services/Comm. 
Likes: Babies, old people, and ev- 
eryone in between; dancing, cats, 
M&M's, Picasso, California 
Dislikes: Nukes, grouches 
Ambition: To stay happy and to 
spread a little heart around 



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Karen Schwartz 



Robin Schwartz 



Karen Schwartz 

Hometown: Fitchburg, MA 

Major: Biology 

Theme Song: "All I've Got To Do" 

Bostonian Haunts: Pizzeria Uno, 

Filene's Basement 

Likes: Skiing, John, Murphy beds, 

Newfoundland dogs, lots of snow 

Dislikes: The distance — 3000 miles 

Ambition: To work in a research lab 



Robin Schwartz 

Major: Nutrition 





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Kathleen Scott 



Judith B. Seltzer 



Kathleen Scott 

Major: Management 



Judith B. Seltzer 

Nickname: Judy 

Hometown: Newton, MA 

Major: Nutrition/International 

Relations 

Bostonian Haunts: Beacon St. roofs 

Likes: Travelling, sports, spring, 

children, "A Bed in the Clouds" 

Dislikes: Labs, doing hills 

Ambition: Peace Corps; grad school 




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Deborah L. Shannon 



Maureen A. Shea 



Deborah L. Shannon 

Hometown: Wobnrn, MA 

Major: Human Services 

Bostonian Haunts: Faneuil Hall, 

Downtown Crossing 

Likes: Mellow music, good movies, 

and good novels read on my own 

time 

Dislikes: Punk rock and new wave, 

MBTA at rush hour or anytime 



Maureen A. Shea 

Nickname: Mo Sheasky 
Hometown: Jamaica Plain, MA 
Major: Finance, Management 
Bostonian Haunts: The Down Under 
Likes: Champagne, roses, hummers 
Dislikes: The MBTA 
Ambition: To be a young up and 
coming corporate executive with a 
big desk 





Geri A. Sheehan 



Kathleen Ann Sheehan 



Geri A. Sheehan 

Major: Economics 



Kathleen Ann Sheehan 

Nickname: Kathy 
Hometown: Portsmouth, RI 
Major: Communications/ 
Women's Studies 



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Ellen M. Shickich 



Pamela Sigal-Narrett 



Ellen M. Shickich 

Hometown: Cheyenne, WY 
Major: Management 



Pamela Sigal-Narrett 
Nickname: Babs, Pammy 
Hometown: Easton, PA 
Major: Human Services/Manage- 
ment 

Boston/an Haunts: The Flagon 
Likes: Body building, Mesick Hall, 
good friends, "hubby" Matt 
Dislikes: Bartol Hall 
Ambition: Human service worker in 
clinical capacity 




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Ellen Slatkin 



Ellen Slatkin 

Hometown: Denver, CO 
Major: History/English/Philosophy 
Theme Song: "Carry On" 
Bostonian Haunts: Red book 
Likes: Good music, stimulating class- 
es, great literature, history, English 
Dislikes: Supply-side economics, 
cockroaches, rats, disco, Bartol 



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Allison Smith 

Major: Nursing 





Amy Catherine Smith 

Hometown: Weston, MA 
Major: Communications/ 
Government 



Heidi Anne Smith 

Hometown: Acton, MA 

Major: Management 

Likes: New England autumns, The 

Brandenburg Concertos, Amy and 

Chelsea B., Dewar's, jogging 

Dislikes: Humidity, disorganization, 

tunafish 

Ambition: To be exceptional at 

something 



Amy Catherine Smith 

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Heidi Anne Smith 





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Stephanie Smith 



Jill K. Solan 



Stephanie Smith 



Jill K. Solan 

Hometown: Livingston, NJ 
Major: Retail Management 





Terry Soo Hoo 



Janet Sosinsky 



Terry Soo Hoo 

Nickname: "T" bear 
Hometown: Brookline, MA 
Major: Finance/Management 
Theme Song: "Wishing On A Star' 
Bostonian Haunts: Faneuil Hall 
Likes: Volleyball, bowling, junk 
food, wearing Dee's clotbes 
Dislikes: Bitter melon, Monday's 
Ambition: Financial analyst 



Janet Sosinsky 

Major: Retail Management 





Julia Rosario Sotomayor 

Nickname: Rosie 

Hometown: Greenwich, CT 

Major: Sociology 

Theme Song: "Don't Stop Thinking 

About Tomorrow" 

Likes: Spring, May, running, piano 

Dislikes: Writing papers 

Ambition: To live, to learn, to love, 

and to serve others 



Vicki Spivack 

Hometown: Westburv, NY 
Major: Chemistry 
Theme Song: "For Your Eyes Only" 
Bostonian Haunts: Daisy's, Cache 
Likes: Dancing, drinking, chocolate 
Dislikes: Eggplant, waiting in lines 
Ambition: Become an optometrist 



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Vicki Spivack 




Sharon Esther Stahl 



Sandra Stein 



Sharon Esther Stahl 

Hometown: Brookline, MA 
Major: Nursing 

Likes: Graduation, "our clan" D.E., 
D.F.,P.L.,M.V. 

Dislikes: Nursing 282 Learning Ob- 
jectives, nursing caps, homework, 
term papers, late classes 
Ambition: Medical school, or to ob- 
tain a Master's degree in nursing 



Sandra Stein 

Major: Communications 





Jody M. Stowe 



Kathleen Mary Sullivan 



Jody M. Stowe 

Hometown: Worcester, MA 
Major: Chemistry/Pharmacy 
Theme Song: "Off the Wall" 
Bostonian Haunts: Parker House 
Likes: Sailing, Benny Goodman 
Dislikes: Frats, Phyllis Schafely 
Ambition: Career in industrial or 
hospital pharmacy; further educa- 
tion for a Doctorate of pharmacy 

Kathleen Mary Sullivan 

Nickname: Kath 
Hometown: Methuen, MA 
Major: Mathematics 
Bostonian Haunts: Cask, Rip-Offs 
Likes: The Quad in Spring, 
esplanade, Black Out!, KKEG + T 
Dislikes: Registration, finals 
Ambition: To never have to decide 
what I'm going to when I grow up! 





Michelle F. Sutton 



Joyce Mary Tassinari 



Michelle F. Sutton 

Hometown: Framingham, MA 

Major: Accounting 

Theme Song: "Netherlands" 

Bostonian Haunts: The Cask, Charles 

River on a nice day 

Likes: A good tan, a bridge circuit 

walk 

Dislikes: The phone bill, Bartol food 

Ambition: To be an accountant 

Joyce Mary Tassinari 

Nickname: Hoycetta 
Hometown: Plvmouth, MA 
Major: Art 

Likes: The changing seasons of New 
England, my friends, dreams 
Dislikes: Crowded subways 
Ambition: To wake up each day with 
a smile and try to make today a little 
better than yesterday 





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Judith M. Taylor 



Elizabeth Tayne 



Judith M. Taylor 

Nickname: J udy 

Hometown: South Portland, ME 

Major: Advertising/Public Relations 



Elizabeth Tayne 

Nickname: Liz 
Hometown: Braintree, MA 
Major: Medical Technology/Bio. 
Likes: The trolleys to cooperate so I 
have time for a blueberry muffin in 
the morning 
Dislikes: French 

Ambition: To achieve my potential 
in all my endeavors 





Kathleen Telesford 



Donna J. Thatcher 



Kathleen Telesford 



Donna J. Thatcher 





Candace Caron-Theriault 



Aline S. Thieblot 



Candace Caron-Theriault 

Nickname: Candy 

Hometown: Amherst, NH 

Major: Public Relations 

Theme Song: "Sailing" 

Bostonian Haunts: Public Gardens, 

Magic Pan, Hyatt 

Likes: People, theatre, sleeping 

Dislikes: Cliches 

Ambition: To become rich and 

famous 



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Aline S. Thieblot , 

Nickname: Ali 

Hometoivn: Baltimore, Ml) 

Major- Finance 

Theme Song: "Clod Save the Queen' 

Likes: Britain with all her fortunes 

and fables 

Dislikes: Questionnaires 

Ambition: To be happy, healthy, 

and wise 





Mary A. Tiberi 



Elizabeth Tierney 



Mary A. Tiberi 
Hometown: Atlleboro, MA 
Major: Nursing 



Elizabeth Tierney 

Major: ( lommunications 





Susan M. Timmons 



Joyce A. Tognini 



Susan M. Timmons 

Nickname: Sue 

Hometown: Melrose, MA 

Major: Nutrition 

Quote: "Each ol us mav say those 

things which our integrity dictates 

but we musi be prepared at all limes 

lo face and accept responsibility 

and consequence for our own 

actions." 



Joyce A. Tognini 
Hometown: Pittsfield, MA 
Major: ( iommunic ations 
Theme So)ig: "More" 
liostonian Haunts: Friday's 
Likes: I lie Be. ides, cats, Barhra 
Streisand, green, junk food 
Dislikes: Winter, s|)lit ends, lines, 
the word "basically," vegetables 
Ambition: Writer 





MaryLou Toub 

Nickname: Mare 
Hometown: Moorestown, N) 
Major: Advertising/Marketing 
Theme Song: "Reasons" 
liostonian Haunts: Faneuil 1 1 . 1 1 1 
Likes: |cllv beans, clean air 
Dislikes: Citv living, Boston winters 
A in hit ion: To be< oine sun ess In I in 
mv field and have a haj)pv life 



Carolyn Gene Trachtenberg 

Hometown: Bethesda, Ml) 
Major: Management/( iovennnenl 
liostonian Haunts: faneuil Hall, 
Metro, Colorado Public Library 
Likes: Dancing, reading, tennis 
Dislikes: Homework, jogging 
Ambition: To be successful 




Carolyn Gene Trachtenberg 




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Cheryl L. Tracy 



Karen Marie Tramontozzi 



Cheryl L. Tracy 

Nickname: Cher 

Hometown: Cape Elizabeth, ME 

Major: Biology 

Theme Song: "Follow Me And I'll 

Follow You" 

Bostonian Haunts: Pizzeria Uno 

Likes: Pizza, ice cream, New York 

Dislikes: Organic Chemistry exams 

Ambition: To win the Nobel Prize 



Karen Marie Tramontozzi 

Nickname: Toe, "K" 

Hometown: Norwich, CT 

Major: Economic/Government 

Theme Song: "New York, New 

York" 

Bostonian Haunts: Cask, North End 

Likes: Boston Common in the 

spring, penguins, MFA, weekends 

Ambition: Happiness and success 





Jeanne E. Turati 



Maria E. Velazquez 



Jeanne E. Turati 

Hometown: Northampton, MA 
Major: Elementary Education/ 
Psychology 

Bostonian Haunts: Exeter Street 
Theatre at Midnight 
Likes: Children, goldfish crackers 
Dislikes: Shelving books in the sci- 
ence section, beef en brochette 
Ambition: To find a teaching job 



Maria E. Velazquez 

Hometown: Boston, MA 
Major: Nursing 

Bostonian Haunts: Jamaica Pond 
Likes: "Our clan" D.E., D.F., P.L., 
S.S., graduation 

Dislikes: Nursing caps, homework, 
writing papers, Learning Objec- 
tives, exams 





Renate von Jeetze 



Gisela-Marie von Schmeling 



Renate von Jeetze 



Gisela-Marie von Schmeling 

Nickname: Gisie 
Hometown: Hamden, CT 
Major: Secondary Education/ 
History 

Theme Song: "Anticipation" 
Likes: Weekends at the Cape, play- 
ing tennis, skiing with the family 
Dislikes: Exams, waiting in lines 
Ambition: To enjoy life to the fullest 



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Darci-Colleen Walsh 



Martha Jean Ward 



Darci-Colleen Walsh 

Hometown: Swansea, MA 
Major: Management/Philosophy 
Bostonian Haunts: The Market Place, 
Cache 

Likes: Meeting people that I can 
learn from in any way possible 
Dislikes: Inflexibility in any form 
Ambition: To be successful in both 
my career and personal life- 



Martha Jean Ward 

Hometown: Melrose, MA 
Major: Physical Therapy 
Theme Song: "Rain On Me" 
Bostonian Haunts: S-308, S-251 
Likes: Men, drinking, watching 
soaps, horses 
Ambition: To laugh and be happy 





Linda Wasserbach 



Debra Lou Waterhouse 



Linda Wasserbach 

Hometown: Londonville, NY 

Major: Nutrition 

Theme Song: Pachebel's Canon in 1) 

Bostonian Haunts: M.F.A. 

Likes: Dance, poetry, children, food 

Dislikes: Opera 

Ambition: To have my own dance/ 

nutrition center 



Debra Lou Waterhouse 

Nickname: Debbie 
Hometown: Portland, MK 
Major: Nutrition 
Theme Song: "A Time For Lis" 
Likes: Art, raquetball, walking 
Dislikes: Driving in Boston 
Ambition: To receive personal satis- 
faction and happiness, and to ser- 
vice others 




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Karen Ann Watt 



Michelle Patrice Webb 



Karen Ann Watt 

Hometown: Mavnard, MA 
Major: Physical Therapy 



Michelle Patrice Webb 

Hometown: Nashua, NH 
Major: International Relations/ 
German 

Quote: "The quality of a man's life is 
in direct proportion to his commit- 
ment to excellence, regardless of 
bis chosen field or endeavor." 
Ambition: To be happy 








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Wendy Dawn Weber 



Jean Welch 



Wendy Dawn Weber 

Hometown: Maplewood, NJ 
Major: Management 
Theme Song: "Rise" 
Bostonian Haunts: Cask 
Likes: Skiing, sailing 
Ambition: To own a shop 



Jean Welch 





Patricia C. Wells 



Patricia C. Wells 

Hometown: South port, CT 



Sara Anne Whalen 

Hometown: Northampton, MA 

Major: Management/Personnel 

Administration 

Theme Song: "Mystery Woman" 

Bostonian Haunts: Friday's, Cask 

Likes: Biking, walking, Heinekens 

Dislikes: Exams 

Ambition: To become outrageously 

wealthy! 




Sara 


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Beth R. Willens 



Sarah Jane Williams 



Beth R. Willens 

Major: Retail Management 



Sarah Jane Williams 

Nickname: Sally 
Hometown: Holliston, MA 
Major: Biology 

Bostonian Haunts: N.U., Huntington 
Avenue Cask 
Likes: Cape Cod 

Ambition: To be happy with what- 
ever I do 



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Megan Elizabeth Winzeler 



Hope Beth Wolf son 



Megan Elizabeth Winzeler 

Nickname: Moon 
Hometown: Montpelier, OH 
Major: Finance 

Bostonian Haunts: Newbury Street 
Likes: Long weekends, crossword 
puzzles, champagne 
Dislikes: Phone bills, bad discos 
Ambition: Life, liberty, and the pur- 
suit of happiness! 



Hope Beth Wolfson 

Hometown: Newton, MA 
Major: Management 
Theme Song: "The Way We Were" 
Bostonian Haunts: Quincy Market 





Betty M. Wong 



Marcia Woodbury 



Betty M. Wong 

Hometown: Boston, MA 
Major: Retail Management 
Likes: Dancing, shopping 
Ambition: To own a store 



Marcia Woodbury 

Major: Psychology 





Elizabeth Woodward 



Roxanne Yabut 



Elizabeth Woodward 

Nickname: Beth 
Hometown: Concord, MA 
Major: English 

Bostonian Haunts: Faneuil Hall, Har- 
vard Square 

Likes: Doing anything with Bill, cats, 
skiing the White Mountains 
Ambition: To make it in the book 
world 



Roxanne Yabut 

Nickname: Rox 

Hometown: Tewksbury, MA 

Major: Biology 

Theme Song: "Good News" 

Bostonian Haunts: Copperfield's, 

Faneuil Hall 

Likes: Fall in Boston 

Dislikes: Brookline Avenue in the 

winter 





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Stephanie A. Yuska 



Janet R. Zebuski 



Stephanie A. Yuska 

Nickname: Steph 
Hometown: Andover, MA 
Major: Nutrition 
Theme Song: "Celebration" 
Bostonian Haunts: Pizzeria Uno 
Likes: Dancing, sailing, rollerskat- 
ing, spending time with friends 
Dislikes: Questions like this 
Ambition: To graduate 



Janet R. Zebuski 

Nickname: Jan 

Hometown: Forestville, CT 

Major: Physical Therapy 

Likes: Walking in the woods, hiking, 

warmth and sunshine 

Dislikes: The cold, gray and dreary 

winter in the city 

Ambition: To help and to do my best 

in a creative way 




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Robin Zuckerman 



Anne E. Gaudette 



Robin Zuckerman 

Hometown: Peabody, MA 
Major: Biology 
Theme Song: "Reasons" 
Bostonian Haunts: North End 
Ambition: Veterinary medicine 



Anne E. Gaudette 

Nickname: Ion 

Hometown: Cumberland, RI 

Major: Nursing 




Judith Hawkins 



Susan Martin 



Judith Hawkins 
Nickname. 'Judy 
Hometown: Fitchburg, MA 
Major: Physical Therapy 



Susan Martin 



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William J. Holmes 
President 



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OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

SIMMONS COLLEGE 



To The Class of 1982: 

At a time and in an edition dedicated to "changes" it may 
be consoling to think about what remains unchanged. Most 
importantly, you. The same intelligence, energy and integrity 
which brought you here and which made you stay productive, 
will be there to be called upon after graduation ; and you will 
have more years of experience and maturity to help you make 
even better use of these abilities. 

You will be on your own , but you will have been on your 
own these past years; you will probably have to support your- 
self, but in a de facto way that is what you have done here. 

So think beyond survival; not how do I stay alive out 
there, but what do I want to do, where do I want to be and 
with whom? What do I find interesting, stimulating and satisfy- 
ing? How do I continue to grow; where is this all going to 
come out? This growth did not begin at Simmons and it should 
not end here. When you finally say "I have arrived" where do 
you want to be? 

Simmons, like Eliot's hippopotamus, also remains. Do not 
forget us here : we will continue to be a part of you , and you 
of us. 



Yours , 




William J. 



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November 16, 1981 



Dear Seniors , 



When you agreed to become members of the Simmons College Community, 
you made a commitment to join a community of scholars whose primary objective 
was to provide an environment in which you could become competent, self- 
confident, and responsible members of the larger community. To meet those 
objectives, a number of difficult challenges were placed before you, not the 
least of which were the mastery of a discipline, independent learning, and 
the broadening of your intellectual interests. 

How well you have succeeded in taking the best from this community 
will be tested in time. Will you be sensitive to the values of our various 
societies; will you be responsive to people unlike yourselves; will you be 
capable of approaching complex problems from different perspectives; will 
you find stimulation in art, music, and poetry? Equally important will be 
your ability to provide leadership for your new communities and your determina- 
tion to seek new knowledge and new resolutions to old problems. 

Your membership in our community takes new direction upon your graduation 
What Simmons is in the future depends in large part on how successful we were 
together in "inspiring in you the self-confidence and spirit of independence 
that will permit you to lead rich personal lives and give you competence to 
become useful members of society." We will grow and change as you evaluate the 
meaning of your Simmons education. 

Our pride in your past successes is matched only by our confidence in 
your future. 

Success and best wishes, 
Charlotte Morocco 



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Dean 



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• hanging social influences and attitudes 
outside the Simmons community helped establish 
the now twelve-year-old Afro-American Studies 
Program. 

The goals that the program had in 1970 have 
not changed. The program was designed to 
increase the visibility of Afro-American studies 
throughout the Simmons curriculum; improve 
coordination of required courses; provide 
support for organized student activities; increase 



the availability of resources for students seeking 
academic and personal advice; and to develop a 
collection of important resource materials. 

"The Afro-American experience has been 
infused into many courses and programs in the 
Simmons College curriculum," said Director, 
Floyd Barbour. "This program has helped 
stimulate the continuing development of courses 
and research in this area." 



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.merican Studies became a course of study 
throughout many of the nation's educational 
institutions about 40 years ago. A course on the 
Jacksonian period, taught jointly by the English 
and history departments, marked the beginning 
of the American Studies Program at Simmons. 
Richard Sterne, Professor of English, was re- 
sponsible for developing the program in 1967. 

"The program is interdepartmental. Anything 
taught that has to do with the American way of 
life is part of the program," said Mr. Sterne. 

Program courses include music, art, English 
literature, history, economics, and government. 
Graduates of the program enter careers as 
researchers, museum curators, and educators. 

A brochure is currently being developed to 
advertise the program. "Some people don't know 
we're here," said Mr. Sterne. "The brochure will 
make the program and what it has to offer more 
visible to students." 




Richard C. Sterne, Coordinator 



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his is the first year of existence for the 
Applied Computer Science Program at Simmons. 
Although computer science courses have been 
offered since 1967, previously there was no 
concentration available in this area. 

Students in the program investigate the 
applications of computers in other fields of study 
such as management, communications, chemistry 
or psychology. 

Co-coordinator of the department, Edward 
Prenowitz, believes that "the program will grow. 
Students who concentrate in some other field will 
take computer courses to broaden their 
education." 

The program instructs students how to use, 
design, and program different computers and 
systems. There are three parts to their education; 
these include a core of computer science courses, 
a project in which computer techniques are used 
to solve a problem in another concentration, and 
an independent study done during senior year. 

Mr. Prenowitz remarked that, "People use 
computers in all jobs. This program will train 
people who can communicate with both com- 
puters and other professionals in their work- 
place." 




Margaret Menzin, Coordinator 




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Edward Prenowitz, Coordinator 



ART AND MTLSTC 



A he Department of Art and Music came 
into existence in 1964. At that time there were 
two instructors teaching both art and music 
history courses. 

In 1967, Thomas Wallace, now chairperson 
of the department, came to Simmons to begin a 
studio art course. "At that time, there were 
practically no facilities. Now there are three 
studios on the fourth floor and a graphics work- 
shop on the second floor of the Main College 
Building," said Mr. Wallace. 

The music facilities have also expanded. In 
1964, there was one practice room which was 
behind what is now the gym. Today there are two 
practice rooms on the fourth floor. Simmons also 
has an affiliation with the New England Conser- 
vatory of Music which has enabled a wider range 
of courses to be offered. 




Missing: Thomas Wallace, Chairperson 



Robert Gronquist 




106 Dana Chandler, Alicia Faxon, Robert Oppenheim 



Otudents are constantly asking questions 
and that's very good. There are reasons for the 
question 'why?' and that helps us to change," said 
N. Sandra Williams, Chairperson of the Depart- 
ment of Biology. 

With the completion of the Park Science 
Center, the department has improved its facilities 
and the instruments available for teaching. 

The department offers students a basic 
knowledge of math, chemistry, and biology. 
Students can use this knowledge in careers as 
researchers or instructors, or in preparing for 
graduate and medical school. 



Ms. Williams comments, "We don't want to 
make students just carriers of knowledge but also 
users of knowledge, since that interaction is 
important." She adds, "We want students to 
know and understand how to do things. We don't 
want them to research and experiment just for 
the experience, but in order to understand how 
to do it. The end result is not as important as 
their way of thinking." 




Row 1: Martha Berliner, Rachel Skvirsky, Karen Loehr 
Row 2: Richard Nickerson, Sandra Williams; Chairperson 
Missing: Anne Coghlan, Bruce Hettick, Louis Irwin, Everett Tuttle 



107 




109 



I 



n 1902, there was one general science 
concentrator at Simmons College and chemistry 
was a course, not a department with its own labs 
and equipment. 

After World War II, according to Dr. Peter 
Bowers, department chairperson, the field of 
chemistry changed. There were more sophisti- 
cated instruments available and calculations that 
once took hours to do now only took a few 
moments. Then came the computer, and the 
field of chemistry changed again. 

Dr. Bowers said, "In 1974 the first lecture to 
my freshman class was on the use of the slide 
rule. Now we just assume that everyone has a 
calculator. You're lucky if you can even find a 
slide rule in the stores." 

With the completion of the science building, 
the department moved from cramped labs and 



offices in the Main College Building to the 
spacious labs located on the third floor of the 
science building. Because of the new facilities, the 
department has been able to emphasize lab work 
in the curriculum. Simmons graduates have a 
good reputation both locally and nationally for 
excellence in lab and research work. 

"We teach with more relevance today," 
explained Dr. Bowers. "We draw examples from 
our energy and environmental problems. The 
basics are still the same but computers have 
added a new dimension to the study of chemistry. 
I wouldn't like to see a chemistry concentrator 
graduate without knowing how to run a 
computer." 




Peter Bowers; Chairperson, James Piper, Iclal Hartman, Mae Beck, Phyllis Brauner, Leonard Soltzberg, 

Jerry Bell 

Missing: Carolyn Spodick 



110 



COMMUNICATIONS 



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Jthough developed as an off-shoot of the 
Department of English in 1930, the Department 
of Communications is still in its embryonic stages. 
Each year the department continues growing to 
meet today's technological demands. The working 
philosophy is to provide students with a solid 
foundation of academic skills that are readily 
adaptable in the job market. 

Courses such as Journalism, Copy and Proof, 
Public Relations, and Graphic Arts Production 
offer mechanical fundamentals in preparation 
for more specialized courses such as Graphic 
Design, Cinematography, Advertising, and 
Article Writing. Field experiences and internships 
enable students to expand in-school training as 
well as provide stepping stones for job placement. 
Alden Poole, Professor of Journalism, remarks 
that "graduates from the department who have 
been in the work force for a few years are now 
forming networks for current graduate place- 
ment. They remain fiercely loyal to the depart- 
ment." 



As enrollment continues to grow so will the 
department in its methods of instruction, the 
courses it offers, and the facilities available to 
students. 




Robert White with student 




Virginia Bratton, Lynda Beltz; Chairperson, Deborah Smiley 




Missing: Reginald Jackson, Margaret Bailey, Charles Ball, Homer Jenks, 
Margaret Loeb, Alden Wood 




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ECONOMICS 



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ivery well-informed person should take an 
economics course. Economic literacy is important 
today, you see it every time you pick up a news- 
paper," said Harriet Tolpin, Chairperson of the 
Department of Economics. 

In 1902, the only economics a Simmons 
student could study was household economics. 
The economics taught at the College today has 
little to do with home management and cooking. 
Now economics tackles such problems as un- 
employment, tax hikes, and inflation. 

The department has expanded a great deal 
since it was a part of the Social Sciences Depart- 
ment which also included government and 
history. Ms. Tolpin believes that "there are more 
opportunities for women in economics opening 
up in the public and the private sectors. The 
interest and impact in economics has grown and 
so has the need to be informed about it." 




James Bryan 



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Barbara Sawtelle 



Harriet Tolpin 



Missing: Donald Basch, Gautam Chatterjee 



112 




Wh 



hen Georgia Noble came to Simmons in 
1963, she had an office in the basement of the 
building with bars across the window. 

In the late sixties the department grew in 
importance. The population of children was 
growing and new schools were being built. There 
was a demand for secondary education teachers. 
At this time, it was probably the largest depart- 
ment in the College. 

Now, in 1982, Ms. Noble has a comfortable 
office on the third floor of the Main College 
Building. "The emphasis in education has 
broadened in the last few years," commented Ms. 
Noble. "Students are now being trained to 
understand the wide range of needs that exist in 
the classroom, the impact of a multi-racial com- 
munity, and the importance of understanding 
the different cultures of the world." 





Row 1: Sheila Newsome, Marvin Lew, Alice Van Deusen, Lydia Smith 
Row 2: Georgia Noble, B.J. Lates, Kathleen Lyman; Chairperson, 
Elizabeth Rawlins, June Wendruff 



Wh 



hen English Department Chairperson, 
Charles E. L'Homme came to Simmons in 1954, 
there was no such thing as an English major. 

"At that time, the College was divided into 
schools and English was part of the Language, 
Literature and Arts School," explained 
Mr. L'Homme. The College did away with the 
separate schools in 1965 and the Department of 
English was established in 1967. 

From 1954 to 1965, interest and courses 
experienced a tremendous growth. At the high 



point of interest, in the sixties, Simmons had a 
more diverse offering of English and literature 
courses than anywhere else in the country. 

After the slack of the seventies, the number of 
English majors has begun to grow again. The 
department has stimulated interest with the 
addition of a writing option. 

"Concentrating in English does not prepare 
you for any one job," said Mr. L'Homme. "It 
makes you capable of adjusting to many. What is 
important is the inter-relationship of disciplines." 




Row 1 : Robert Grant, Nancy Freeman, 
Lawrence Langer, Judith Wittenberg 
Row 2: George Nitchie, Corinne Hirsch, 
Charles L'Homme; Chairperson, Douglas Perry, 
William Manlv, Richard Sterne 
Missing: David Gullette, William Holmes, 
Wylie Sypher 



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An the late seventies, learning a foreign 
language was thought to be a social unnecessary, 
like dancing. 

In 1949 Spanish, French, and German were 
offered at Simmons. Later Latin, Italian, Russian, 
and Hebrew were added but interest in them and 
practical use has declined so that they are no 
longer part of the curriculum. 

The interest in learning a second language 
was stimulated under President Parks in the late 
fifties and early sixites. At that time, there were 
no foreign language majors although it was 
strongly recommended that students have a solid 
knowledge of another language. 



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The popularity of the department was at its 
peak in the early seventies but has since declined. 
"Today, I see the pendulum swinging back the 
other way," commented James L.V. Newman, 
Professor of French. "Now a second language is 
thought to be necessary, especially in bilingual 
urban areas, banks, businesses, and hospitals." 




Row 1: Nancy Hall, Helen Mamikonian, Raquel Halty Ferguson; Chairperson, Susan Keane, 

James L.V. Newman 

Row 2: Wayne Ishikawa, Mary Jane Treacy, Charles Mackey, Louis G. Cohen 

Missing: Fritz Fleischmann, Martha Krow Lucal, Don McKeen 



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he Department of Government was a 
division of the School of Social Sciences until 
1965 when the College did away with the schools 
and set up individual departments. The depart- 
ment now has four full time faculty members and 
a growing enrollment. 

Within the past few years, concern with 
foreign policy and international relations has 
increased student interest. Decisions of foreign 
governments effect our lives every day. Govern- 
ment policy also effects business and economics. 

"Students take government courses to better 
understand the world around them," said De- 
borah Miner, Chairperson of the department. 
"We also offer students a comparative look at 
other world governments. It is important for 
students to understand other governments." 

Government concentrators are encouraged to 
undertake research projects and internships in 
government related areas. Students are able to 
undertake careers in social services, government 
agencies, law, politics, and research. 




Deborah Miner; Chairperson, Carroll French Miles 



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J. he Department of History was once part of 
the School of Social Sciences, but became a 
separate discipline in the 1960's. Afro- American 
Studies has been added to the curriculum but the 
basic concentration requirements haven't 
changed. 

According to department Chairperson, Mark 
Solomon, "The number of history concentrators 
varies with external factors, such as the economy 
and political activism." 

In the past, women majoring in history 
usually went into teaching. Today, a history 
background prepares a student for careers in 
law, city planning, and government services. 

Mr. Solomon remarked, "There are more 
career opportunities for women. There are 
openings in law and government." 




Row 1 : John Hunter, Mark Solomon; Chairperson, student 
Row 2: Henry Halko, Laurie Crumpacker, Richard Lyman 



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f there have been any changes in the health 
sciences, physical therapy and medical technol- 
ogy, it is that there are more men entering those 
fields. In the past, these have traditionally been 
fields open almost exclusively to women. 

The Physical Therapy Program originated at 
Harvard Medical School just after World War I. 
The program was open to women who already 
had degrees but who wanted specific physical 
therapy training. 

In 1946, physical therapy became a conjoint 
program of Simmons College and the Children's 
Hospital Medical Center and was redesigned for 
undergraduates. The first class to receive a 
baccalaureate degree and a certificate in physical 
therapy graduated in 1949. 

The program's clinical affiliations were 
expanded in 1973 to include 47 facilities. Before 
that time, students were trained exclusively for 
working with children. Today, the role of the 
physical therapist has expanded and there is 
more specialization. Students are trained to work 
with adults as well as with children. 

"The p.t. students are the best in the college. 



It takes a very high quality student to make it 
through the program," said Dr. Ann Coghlan, 
Dean of Sciences. "The program has expanded 
and it has been a good expansion. The education 
has been broadened. It's important for students 
to be able to relate to adults, too. To limit clinical 
experiences to children is too narrowing." 

The Medical Technology Program began 
around the same time as physical therapy. 
According to Dr. Coghlan, "It's a small program 
but a good one. On the average, there are five 
concentrators per class." 

The program has changed its affiliation from 
the Beth Israel Hospital to the Lynn Hospital. 
Dr. Coghlan explains that "Lynn has a very well- 
equipped lab. Lynn Hospital was the first in the 
area to put its lab on computers." 

When labs were first computerized, it was 
thought that they would replace medical tech- 
nologists. However, this did not happen. "No 
computer can identify cells. They've just changed 
the way things are done," said Dr. Coghlan. 
"There's more instrumentation and that's brought 
a greater degree of accuracy." 







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he beginning of the Department of Man- 
agement traces back to the College's Secretarial 
School of the early 1900's. These students were 
trained to be private secretaries, registrars, and 
office assistants. 

Today the department, which is the largest in 
the College with an enrollment of over 2,000 
students, trains women to be managers with their 
own secretaries. 

The Secretarial School evolved into the 
School of Business and from there grew into the 
Department of Management. The curriculum 
has grown and changed, adapting to the needs 
and wants of the times. John Pfaff, Chairperson, 
states that "the attitudes about women in the 
work place are changing. Women are slowly 
overcoming 'math phobia.' We've added a math 
requirement to the curriculum and a course in 
corporate finance. Now women are being trained 
both quantitatively and qualitatively. In fact, 
women have shown a great aptitude for 
accounting." 



According to a report published in the Amer- 
ican Association of Schools of Business Dean's 
Letter, the number of women undergraduates 
earning a degree in business has increased 
tremendously. Between 1973 and 1980, the 
number of males who graduated with under- 
graduate degrees in business rose only 9.6% 
while those earned by women rose 361%. This is 
a reflection of the changing attitudes of the roles 
women play in the work place. 




Row 1: Leo Parente, Lynda Moore, Bruce Warren, Kathy Bevacqua 

Row 2: Carl Clavadetscher, John Pfaff; Chairperson, Woodrow Baldwin, Marilyn Mackey 

Missing: Andrew Masiuk, Laurence Onie 



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he myth that women cannot do math is 
slowly being dispelled," said department Chair- 
person, David Browder. 

In 1902 a Simmons student would have had 
bookkeeping as a career choice for her mathemati- 
cal abilities. With the introduction of the com- 
puter, the discipline of mathematics is more 
complex and the career choices more diverse. 

The department is now a part of the new 
Applied Computer Science Program. Math 
majors can use their abilities at programming 
and researching. 

"Students can use their computing and math 
tools in the business world as statiticians and for 
making quantitative and qualitative predictions 
for companies. There are more career oppor- 
tunities available today," said Mr. Browder. 




David Browder; Chairperson 





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n 1902, the School of Household Economics 
offered nurse training programs for those who 
had completed a nursing program at one of the 
nearby hospitals. 

The instruction at the hospital schools was 
inadequate and little clinical experience was 
offered. The need for adequate nursing instruc- 
tion was filled by the establishment of the Sim- 
mons College School of Nursing in 1919. 

Today, nursing students must take pre- 
requisite courses in the biological sciences, the 
social sciences, and chemistry. The actual nursing 
concentration consists of five courses which 
involve both academic and clinical instruction. 



The education of today's nurse at Simmons is 
relevant and the courses undergo continuous 
revision. Phyllis Moore, Chairperson of the 
department, said "We try to keep a relevancy in 
the curriculum. Nursing students are required to 
take either Sociology of Health or Economics of 
Health." 

According to Ms. Moore, the Simmons 
nursing graduate is well-qualified and well- 
respected. "The demand for acuity and compe- 
tency in nursing is great and our graduates are 
top quality. The last graduating class basically 
had their first choice of jobs." 




Row 1 : Jeanne Hubelbank, Roberta Gantz, Tish Thornley, Helen McLaughlin 

Row 2: Evelyn Lyke, Alice Hosack, Janice Macklin, Elizabeth Howard, Penny Glynn, Susan Blanckenship, 

Phyllis Moore 

Missing: Helen Fenstermacher, Ann Lord, Lois Schoppee, Maria Bueche, Martha Kleinerman, 

Denise Ross, Margaret Jernigan, Susan Wainger 



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he Department of Nutrition, established in 
1973, grew out of the Home Economics Depart- 
ment; a department which had brought the 
College national attention and one which had a 
long history at the College. 

The department has grown rapidly in distinc- 
tion. It is the only department in the College with 
an endowed department chair. All of the depart- 
ment's faculty members are published authors. 

According to Acting Chairperson, Dr. Marion 
Mason, there were nine nutrition graduates in 
1973. Last year there were 26 graduates. This 



year 37 students are expected to graduate, and in 
1983 it is estimated that there will be 40 
graduates. 

"The curriculum is continually being re- 
vamped," said Dr. Mason. "There is more em- 
phasis on sciences now. We try not to concentrate 
on any one thing." 

Nutrition concentrators have found jobs with 
supermarkets, consumer advocacy agencies, 
clinics, hospitals, public and private institutions, 
and the hotel and restaurant business. 






Nancie Herbold 



Carole Dichter 



Patricia Kreutler, Chairperson 



Missing: Katherine Bevacqua 




Marion Mason, Acting Chairperson 



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he Department of Philosophy was once a 
part of the School of Social Sciences at Simmons. 
It is now a department that accommodates 
student interests. 

"The department offers many courses dealing 
with issues in society, morals, and ethics," said 
Professor of Philosophy, Brad Art. "If students 
are interested in a topic, we make courses available 
to them in that area. We have many dual majors." 

The department offers a variety of courses 
including one in business ethics and the philoso- 
phy of law. "Philosophy is a good preparation for 
law school," explains Mr. Art. "Our students do 
very well on the LSAT's. The business world 
wants people who have had philosophy and our 
students are successful. Philosophy is unusual 
enough that it allows you to be creative. You can 
do anything you want with it." 





Brad Art 



Carol Ochs; Chairperson 




Ynhui Park 



Missing: Susan Nicho'son 



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Xhysics has been taught at Simmons since the 
College's beginning in 1902. It is a respected and 
well-established science. With the completion of 
the science building in 1972, the Department of 
Physics got its own labs and sophisticated equip- 
ment. 

"We've kept up with the times," said Chair- 
person, Edward Prenowitz, as he demonstrated 
the use of a computer. Pointing out flashing red 
lights in the delicate circuitry, he said, "Those 
blinking lights are counting in binary at an 
extraordinarily fast rate. We use the computers 
for teaching and the students use them to do 
research and calculations." 

According to Mr. Prenowitz, physics concen- 
trators have career opportunities in research, 
teaching, engineering, and industry. High 
technology has made it necessary for students to 
have a working knowledge of computers. 




Edward Prenowitz; Chairperson 



Missing: Robert Vernon 



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'r. Teresa Carterette came to the Depart- 
ment of Psychology in 1964 to develop an experi- 
mental psychology program. At that time, there 
was only a psychological testing program. There 
were three full time faculty and the department 
had two classrooms on the third floor of the Main 
College Building. Today, there are seven full 
time faculty and the department has three 
laboratories in the science building. 

According to Dr. Carterette, computers have 
brought changes to the study of psychology. 
"There have been a large number of changes 
with the advent of computer application in 
psychological studies. There is a more specific 
analysis of data and computers are used in 
experiments to control equipment." She added, 
"There have been increased studies made into 
the concept of aritificial intelligence and memory 
studies using the computer." 

One thing that hasn't changed is the depart- 
ment's dedication to student field experience. 
"When I came in 1964, the department had 
student interns placed at the Shattuck and 
Massachusetts General Hospitals. This was long 
before anyone had talked about the value of field 
work experience," commented Dr. Carterette. 




Diane Coulopoulos 




Peter Castle, Dane Harwood, Lillian Grayson, Teresa Carterette; Chairperson, Barbara Gentile 
Missing: Donald Thomas, Helen Moore 



129 



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Sociology is a relatively new discipline, 
having first been formulated in 1838. Chairper- 
son of the department, Stephen London, said 
"Sociology has changed and we have kept abreast 
of those changes. We encourage students to have 
a comparative outlook on their studies; to look at 
societies and cultures other than their own." 

There have been changes in the sociology 
curriculum to accommodate the comparative 
approach. They have added Afro-American 
Studies and the Sociology of Women as require- 
ments. 

Since Mr. London came to Simmons in 1975, 
the department has virtually doubled from two 
full time professors to five. "Sociology has gained 
more academic respect," claims Mr. London. 
"We've been told that our graduates are highly 
regarded. A sociology background distinguishes 
that candidate from others. They are better able 
to understand others' research and are capable of 
doing their own." 





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omen's Studies began with one course, 
Women in American History. There are now 
over 30 courses offered by the program. As a 
formal concentration, Women's Studies has been 
available since 1976. It is a collection of courses 
that all concern women. As an interdisciplinary 
concentration, courses are offered in history, 
English, sociology, economics, government, 
psychology, management, communications, 
American, and Afro-American Studies. 

"The reason for Women's Studies was to 
correct an imbalance," explained Coordinator, 
Laurie Crumpacker. "We're trying to rebalance 
the academic ledger. You always hear about men 
who pioneered in certain disciplines. Our eventual 
goal is to enrich the other disciplines by offering 
the women's side of the story." 




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In 1982, a woman serves as a United States Supreme 
Court Justice. A woman's place is anywhere she wants to 
be. Women can select their careers with a freedom that 
did not exist in 1902. 

Simmons College is now an established educational 
institution with a respected reputation. Today, a Simmons 
student knows she will be well prepared to be independent 
and self-sufficient. 

More than 26 concentrations and 10 graduate 
programs are available to students Women are educated 
to be the best in their chosen professions. No longer are 
they trained only to assist men in their career* 

Social life at Simmons has undergone vast changes. A 
majority of the students live on campus. Dormitory 
parties and traditional events have replaced the formal 
receptions of 1902. The beau parlors have been converted 
to provide extra living room space and in one case, to 
house new computer terminals. Simmons events have 
attracted talented and celebrated people. Guest speakers 
have included actress Jane Fonda and Pulitzer Prize 
winner Ellen Goodman. 

The Simmons student body is diverse. Students come 
from all over the United States and from countries 
abroad. Because of this, activities and clubs at Simmons 
cover a multitude of interests. These varying inputs to the 
Simmons community enhance and enrich the formal 
education, producing well-rounded, capable women. 

In the eightieth year of Simmons College, 420 
undergraduates will receive degrees, compared to the 
"32 maidens" of that first class who graduated in 1906. 

Simmons College has grown and succeeded because it 
has been flexible enough to change with "the manners 
and customs, ideas and happenings of the times." 

— By Therese Pepin 

t All quotes are taken from an address made to the fiftieth class of Simmons 
by Ms. Alice Higgins, a member of the first graduating class. Historical 
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GOLDEN PATRONS 

Mr. and Mrs. Roger N. Anderson 

Stella and Robert N. Atwater 

Dr. and Mrs. Marvin Clopper 

Mr. and Mrs. John B. Crowell, Jr. 

Development Office, Simmons College 

Jennie and Ed Diegoli (Guarino '51) 

Mr. and Mrs. George Dzugan 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Evans 

Reva and Joshua Greenberg 

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Harney 

President and Mrs. William Holmes 

Dr. and Mrs. F.G. Hurite 

Dr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Kamin, Jr. 

Harold S. Larkin 

Jack Maier 

Harriet Maier-Paxson 

Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Marks 

Priscilla L. McKee 

Ms. Cornelia A. Merrick 

Charlotte Morocco 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mortensen 

Lloyd A. and Jean S. O'Neill 

Mary Ann Patterson-Wilson ('75) 

James and Jane Percival 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman L. Perry 

Mr. and Mrs. Jerome L. Polaner 

Dr. and Mrs. Arnet L. Powell 

Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon P. Sadugor 

Mike and Peg Shea 

Mrs. R. Carol Shenk 

Jay and Sandra Solan 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thieblot 

Dr. and Mrs. David Trachtenberg 

Irene Vafides (Microcosm Co-editor '76) 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond H. Waterhouse 

Mr. and Mrs. James J. Whalen 



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Mr. and Mrs. David M. Baker 

Maria P. Burnham 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. DiMarco 

Gail Rakow Duncan ('71) 

Rev. and Mrs. Richard Faxon 

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fox 

Nancy and Bill Fox 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Goldberg 

Norma Golub 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald A. Green 

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Hamilton 

Mrs. Carolyn S. Harris 

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hawkins 

Mr. Yiu Man Kwan and Mrs. Kam Chu Kwan 

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Karoghlanian 

Kathleen and Richard Lyman 

Ann M. Maini 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis S. McMillen 

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence B. Morse 

Joseph V. Muscella 

William Nissenbaum 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nowak 

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Paradee 

Mr. and Mrs. B. Schaffer 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony T. Schiatta 

Anna and Eino Schwartz 

Joseph and Kathleen Sheehan 

Freida Slatkin 

Susan Stockton 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Tierney 

Archie D. Typadis, Esquire 

Alan R. and Harriet Willens 

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CHARLES RIVER VALLEY SIMMONS CLUB 

Congratulates 



Cynthia Ciampa 
Meryl Codner 
Jean Gilpatric 
Miriam Michelove 
Marybeth Skerry 
Alison Hettich 
Susan McNeff 
Alexander Riemer 
Amy Smith 
Deborah Flanagan 



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Karen Jenkins 
Elizabeth Woodward 
Katherine Row 
Elizabeth Tierney 
Susan Foley 
Gayle Horton 
Pauline Karafotias 
Karen Maini 
Judith Moses 



Elizabeth Atkins 
Christine Berg 
Edith Haffenreffer 
Raelin Fox 
Donna Sacks 
Maureen Nissenbaum 
Joanne Sakellarides 
Wendy Kaplan 
Judith Seltzer 
Hope Wolfson 



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Weekends 8c Holidays, 9 am-9 pm 



cosmetics 8c gifts 
health & beauty aids 



• tobacco 

• prescriptions 



• photo supplies 8c processing 

• greeting cards 8c party cards 

It's our pleasure to cash Simmons College 

students' checks day or night with student I.D. 

Student charge accounts available. 

Will bill to home address. 





Congratulations 
to the Class of 1982 



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GOOD LUCK 




PROUD TO BE YOUR FOOD SERVICE 



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Congratulations 
to the Class of 1982 



S.P.A.N. 

Simmons Professional Alumnae 

Network 

and 
The Alumnae Association 



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BRADLEY LIQUORS 

1302 Boylston Street 
Boston 

(near Fenway Park) 

FREE DELIVERY 

to Back Bay/Fenway neighborhoods 

minimum order required 
Discount Prices! 



FREE DELIVERY 

536-3407 

V2 and l A kegs available 

Make us your 

keg headquarters! 



Good going. 



There's nothing more rewarding than 
achieving your goals. And when it 
comes to meeting your financial 
goals, nobody can do more to help than 
The Boston Five. We can provide you with 
all the banking services you need at 13 
convenient locations. 
Equally important, we're ready to give you 
the kind of sound financial planning as- 
sistance that will make achieving your 
goals easier. Because we believe the feel- 
ing of accomplishment you have now 
should last a lifetime. 

Branch: 

Brookline Avenue Office 

435 Brookline Ave. at Joslin 

Judith Gardner Branch Manager 
277-581 3 




The 
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VjM Five 

For good old Boston 



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Member FDIC 



Congratulations 

to the Class of 1982 

from 

Ruby's Place 

Home of the famous Ruby's subr 



*(...and soda, candy, cookies, chips...) 



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Congratulations 

to the Class of 1982 

from the 

Cask 'n Flagon 

62 Brookline Avenue 




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Simmons Review 

Salutes 
The Class of 1982 

See you in the class notes! 





State Street 



State Street Bank and Trust Company 
394 Brookline Avenue 
Boston, Massachusetts 02215 
617-786-3923 



Mon., Tues., Wed. 

9 am-4 pm 

Thurs., Fri. 

9 am-5 pm 



THE 
NEW YORK CITY 
SIMMONS CLUB 

Congratulates 

the members of the 

Class of 1982 



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